The ‘Richard Review’ has been released this week, offering a series of 10 recommendations that are designed to secure the future of apprenticeships in England. Has it taken heed of the initial submissionfor the review by 50 employers from the hospitality...
Premium bar and restaurant operator Novus Leisure has reported a strong set of financial results for the last year with big jumps in both sales and earnings while food sales have seen a 32 per cent improvement.
Glion Institute of Higher Education, one of the world's leading higher education institutions for students looking to develop a career in hospitality management, is to open its first branch campus in London.
Leisure property firm Fleurets has said the positives for the future of the pub industry outweigh the negatives as the company predicts the sector will continue to recover from the recession with large property deals expected to surface next year.
The London 2012 Olympics and Queen’s Diamond Jubilee have contributed to a record-breaking year for inbound UK tourism, injecting 18.7bn into the national economy. But the outlook for 2013 ‘are inevitably uncertain’, according to VisitBritain.
Drinks distributor First Drinks is launching a new strategy for pubs and bars next year, doubling its on-trade team, enhancing its category management team, and investing heavily in new technology and merchandising.
In-room entertainment systems supplier Quadriga has signed a distribution agreement with LobbyFriend – a private temporary social network for hotels, enabling them to communicate with guests during their stay.
A group of architecture students from Kingston University have launched a campaign to protect the London pub by beginning a process to get the same United Nations recognition currently granted to national cultural traditions like the Viennese Coffee house.
Le Gavroche's Emmanuel Landre had some big shoes to fill when he took over from Silvano Giraldin as the restaurant's general manager in 2008, but the Frenchman said he learnt well from the 'master of service' and is helping to steer...
Leading brewer and pubco Marston's has said its 'F-Plan', which includes a focus on food, has had a 'transformational' impact on its pub business as the company's pre-tax profits jumped by more than 9 per cent in the past...
London-based pub operator Faucet Inn has announced it is to become the latest hospitality employer to pay its employees the official living wage; the first UK pub company to commit to the scheme, it says.
The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) has announced Tim Hulme will replace Peter Thomas as chief executive of the organisation in January next year with a full handover expected to take place by February.