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Friday, August 12, 2022
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Ensure the cellar is kept in good health

The more things change, the more they stay the same, so the expression goes
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Trends to Expect in the Post-Lockdown Pub

Since lockdown and subsequently reopening were first announced in Scotland, here at HEINEKEN we’ve conducted a number of pieces of research to best predict and help you prepare for the changes we expect to see in the on-trade over the next few months
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New tech can help with Test and Protect

Bar, pub and restaurant operators have been turning to technology to help them keep in contact with customers for years
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Cashless payment comes into its own

While 2020 may not have been a big growth year for many aspects of the licensed trade, one in particular has grown exponentially: cashless payments

A swift solution for pubs and bars

Heineken UK has launched payment and loyalty app Swifty as an easy-to-use solution for on-trade venues – something that’s even more important in the wake of the COVID-19 shutdown

Licensed trade is in Safe Hands with Dunns

A robust product range and safe, COVID-compliant service means delivered wholesaler Dunns Food and Drinks is well positioned to help venues get their offer right as they reopen

Hugh Stirling has a range of solutions for reopening venues

Refurbishment and specialist fit-out building contractor Hugh Stirling has developed a range of protective mobile serving counters to help operators who are looking to maximise outdoor spaces as lockdown measures are eased

Wylie & Bisset is giving free business advice to steer Scottish businesses through coronavirus lockdown

Chartered accountants Wylie & Bisset has launched a helpline to deliver free business advice to help steer companies through the coronavirus lockdown period

New immigration system ‘biggest threat’ to Scottish hospitality industry

Plans for a post-Brexit points-based immigration system unveiled by the UK Government on February 19 “totally disregard” the skills and importance of those working in the Scottish hospitality sector, a tourism chief has claimed

A new wave of possibilities

Modern microwaves can fill many roles for on-trade outlets


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