Hospitality businesses confident about summer trading, poll finds

By BigHospitality

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Hospitality businesses confident about summer trading, poll finds

Related tags: Lumina Intelligence, Restaurant, Pub & bar, QSR

The majority of hospitality businesses are confident about their summer trading figures should the lifting of lockdown restriction go to plan.

Two thirds of hospitality leaders (66%) say they expect better-than-average summer if restrictions still enable them to have sufficient numbers of covers, Lumina Intelligence’s latest Hospitality Leaders Poll has found.

By contracts, only 8% of those polled thought they would experience a poor summer.

Almost a quarter of respondents (24%) have reported a significant uptick in bookings since the confirmation of the reopening of indoor trade from 17 May while 34% say they have sio far seen no difference.

Meanwhile, four in five (84%) respondents say they support the idea of scrapping mandatory calorie labels for alcohol drinks served in premises, and less than three in five (57% supported the idea of scrapping mandatory calorie labels for large companies for food and soft drinks.

Some 77% were confident about the future of their business in the latest business confidence tracker, a drop of two percentage points on the previous year.

The Hospitality Leaders Poll is a conducted by Lumina Intelligence on behalf of BigHospitality, MCA, and the Morning Advertiser

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