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Scottish Licensed Trade News

Princes St refurb fit for a king

HOTEL group Rocco Forte is carrying out a multi-million pound refurbishment of The Balmoral in Edinburgh. The Princes Street hotel is undergoing a three-month …

Brewer ramps up on-trade support

Tennent’s pledges to help ‘maintain and grow’ the industry TENNENT’S has underlined its “commitment to supporting the Scottish on-trade” with …

Finding the right solution

There are several finance options available to licensees FINANCE is the lifeblood of business but it’s no secret that times have been tough for many on-trade …

Major funding for whisky firm

THE company behind single malt whiskies Old Pulteney, Balblair and anCnoc is set for major expansion after gaining access to £45 million in funding from Bank …

The public way to raise finance

There are now several Scottish examples of businesses using crowdfunding IN business finance terms, crowdfunding is a fairly recent phenomenon. The idea of …

Loyalty pays off

THE Glasgow-based firm behind loyalty app Swiipi secured a £500,000 grant from Scottish Enterprise last month. The company was awarded the funding through the …

Licensees take aim at rate levels

Operators across Scotland have been rocked by the draft rateable values THE release of new draft rateable values has sent shockwaves through the licensed …

Time for change?

The Barclay review group will present its findings to Scottish ministers in July THE business rates system will be put under the magnifying glass later this …

Trade braced for business rates hit

Many operators set for a sting when new values go live on April 1 FROM this April, Scottish businesses will see changes to their non-domestic rates bill for …

Time for Holyrood to step in on rates

STA calls for freeze on implementation until Barclay group reports By Dave Hunter & Matthew Lynas OPERATORS, trade groups and local councillors are …

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