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Showing the World Cup can bring in extra custom

FIFA Word Cup 2010: Technology

By Chris Druce

The FIFA World Cup 2010 will command a global TV audience of millions, and although many will watch it at home, restaurants and pubs can create a carnival atmosphere with the right equipment in place to show the games.

Red Lion pub in Hawkshaw

Four Mercury Inns pubs sold

By Chris Druce

Acting on behalf of the administrators, Fleurets have successfully sold the freehold interests in four former Mercury Inns properties for a combined guide price of £5m

Surviving the recession

Surviving the recession

By Becky Paskin

In the third Roundtable event in partnership with Restaurant magazine and Nestle, chefs and restaurateurs discuss what they have learned from the recession in the last 12 months, and how they plan to survive over the next year

Below-cost alcohol will be banned under government plans

Ban on below cost alcohol in Queen's Speech

By Martyn Leek

A ban on the sale of below cost-alcohol and extra police powers to deal with alcohol-related violence were two of the key policies unveiled in the Queen’s Speech today

Kirstie Yates, head of marketing, De Vere Hotels

De Vere and Hilton appointments

By Chris Druce

De Vere Hotels and Resorts has appointed a new head of marketing, while Hilton Worldwide gets a new vice president of human resources

Appeal to football fans and haters alike by using your space appropriately

FIFA World Cup 2010: Boost venue appeal by utilising space

By Becky Paskin

It may be all too tempting to turn your business into a World Cup party zone, but the true winners from the competition will be those who can successfully separate their original business concept from the football.


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