Operations | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 10

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Technology ‘essential’ for trade businesses

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Add value to the bar

Design can boost income for premises The refurbishment of a venue can attract more customers and bring a real boost to takings, say design firms. But the time …

Dress to impress and win customers

Staff clothing can influence custom and boost trade, suppliers say First impressions count and staff uniforms can influence customers’ views on a bar or …

Collecting colours

Workwear provider the Russell Collection has introduced five new colours to its range of Poplin shirts. Its ‘classic fit’ long and short sleeve shirts now …

Coffee is heating up in the on-trade

Getting hot drinks right lets pubs grow sales throughout the day, firms say The lines between pub, restaurant and coffee shop have blurred significantly in …

Firm sees growth after foodservice expansion

Expansion into the foodservice sector has helped a family-owned business in Stornoway to double its sales for the third consecutive year. Stag Bakeries last …

Making sure there’s no glass half clean

When customers visit the on-trade they expect high standards – from the quality of the liquid to the cleanliness of the crockery or glass – so it’s …

Which way is best for your business?

There’s more than one way to fund a pub, say finance specialists While shock-waves from the recession may still be creating tremors in the economy, …

Zonal strikes gold

ZONAL Retail Data Systems has picked up a Gold Standard Award (GSA) for its training provision. The EPOS firm, which supplies the hospitality sector, won the …

Mobile tech can benefit business

Staff can increase sales with information at their fingertips, writes Gareth Cornish Electronic point of sale (EPOS) systems have become ubiquitous throughout …

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