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Scottish Licensed Trade News

Tech is no longer a luxury in the trade

Customers now expect features such as wi-fi and contactless payment in venues AS technology has progressed and become such an ordinary and indispensable part …

Funding as critical as ever to on-trade

Despite Brexit uncertainty there are a range of options available, firms say …

Keep a keen eye on your premises

CCTV has evolved in recent years and can deliver a range of benefits to outlets THE issue of security in licensed premises has been dragged into the spotlight …

Staff must be ready to deal with threat

THE licensed trade should stay on top of security procedures and training following this year’s terrorist attacks, according to security firm SecuriGroup. …

There is still time to act

Appeals against rateable values must be lodged now IT won’t court much controversy to say that this year’s update of non-domestic (or business) rates has …

Staff uniforms must be the perfect fit

Suppliers signal importance of quality workwear in the on-trade CONSUMER expectations continue to climb when it comes to bars and restaurants. From the food …

Don’t take any risks with your livelihood

A robust policy is imperative, say commercial insurance firms OPERATORS across the country put their blood, sweat and tears into their businesses, so it’s …

Don’t let the times leave you behind

Customers expect more from the on-trade when it comes to technology IN an age when leaving a mobile phone at home is regarded as something akin to losing a …

Hygiene is more than just skin deep

The importance of keeping premises clean shouldn’t be underestimated THERE are a lot of factors that go into running a successful licensed premises. But even …

Plotting the right refurbishment

A measured approach must be taken to ensure an outlet redesign pays off, firms say CUSTOMERS continue to expect ever more from the on-trade, be it pubs, bars, …

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