Friday, July 10, 2020
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Inn vogue

A 19TH century hotel in Midlothian has been given a design refresh as its long-term family owners prepare the business for the next generation

Venue turns a Corner

The firm behind Grill on the Corner in Glasgow has grand designs for the future of the city centre venue following a refurbishment
Brexit rally

Uncertainty reigns ahead of Brexit

Funding options are essential for Scottish operators as outlook remains clouded
Under new management: the team at the Woodhouse café and farm shop in Kippen.

Growth on the menu at café

A FORMER hospitality executive has taken the reins at the Woodhouse café and farm shop in the Stirlingshire village of Kippen
So LA, on Glasgow’s Mitchell Street, uses a service lift to improve speed of service

Service & goods lifts: Take service to new heights

The right lift can raise standards, So LA operator says
venue service lift

Service & goods lifts: Raise your venue’s safety standards

The use of a service lift – more commonly known as a ‘dumbwaiter’  – can prevent accidents

Don’t neglect your venue’s appearance

A strong interior design can help establish atmosphere and set an outlet apart
A growing number of customers expect the option of contactless payment via card or phone

Take time to consider tech

Consumers’ technology expectations higher than ever
tap payment

Up tempo of technology

Research reveals need for speed in licensed outlets
girl on phone

Appy days for Scots nightclubs

The firm behind the Atik nightclubs in Aberdeen and Edinburgh is set to launch a new app for customers in a bid to increase loyalty and sales