Operations | Scottish Licensed Trade News - Part 20

Scottish Licensed Trade News

Payment system dots the i’s

New point of sale app designed to help operators track sales and stock A FORMER nightclub manager and an engineering student have launched a point of sale app, …

Appy days for Scots tech firm

A NEW app which allows consumers to order food and drink in bars and restaurants via their smartphones is to be rolled out across the UK. Dubbed ‘the waiter …

New venue seeks Sanctuary in the city

Glasgow club is transformed, as Matthew Lynas reports CLUBS in Amsterdam and London provided inspiration for one of the newest additions to Glasgow’s west …

Moving at the speed of sound

Trade must keep up to date with technology, suppliers say ADVANCEMENT in technology means audio visual equipment is ever changing – and bar and club owners …

New kit can cut future costs

A ONE-off investment in new audio visual equipment can bring long-term cost savings for licensees, according to Casio. Pointing to the regular costs that can …

Jukeboxes given new lease of life

JUKEBOX supplier Soundnet has launched a new service to help licensees update older jukeboxes. The new Booster Service supplies a range of popular music from …

Grand designs can boost trade

Sprucing up venues key as consumer expectations rise, say designers WITH competition for the consumer pound fierce as the economy remains in the doldrums, it …

Back to school for furniture firm

CONTRACT furniture supplier Andy Thornton has added a new retro-style chair to its range. Designed for cafes and bistros, the ‘school chair’ was inspired …

Edinburgh pub turns up the heat

AN Edinburgh pub has become what’s claimed to be the first in the UK with a “futuristic” new heating system designed to look like wall mirrors. Malcolm …

Punch lessees on Cloud nine

Operators said to be seeing benefits from free wi-fi deal PUNCH Taverns lessees are said to be reaping the benefits of a new deal between the pubco and wi-fi …