Trends & Reports

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By James McAllister

This week's main hospitality news stories include details on D&D London’s new Stratford restaurant, data showing the staffing crisis is 'driving up' hospitality wages, and Hawksmoor's biggest restaurant yet.

Staffing crisis 'drives up' hospitality wages

Staffing crisis 'drives up' hospitality wages

By James McAllister

Hiring bottlenecks in the UK’s hospitality sector are increasingly prompting hospitality operators to turn to temporary staff to keep up with demand, with wages increasing by nearly 14%.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By James McAllister

This week's main hospitality news stories include delays to lockdown easing, Steven Edwards' plan to expand his Hove flagship Etch, and an extension of the lease forfeiture moratorium.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By James McAllister

This week's main hospitality news stories include the UK eating out market being predicted to make a 'full recovery' in 2022, and a new campaign initiative to drive hospitality employment.

Restaurant sustainability trends

Six sustainability trends for 2021

By BigHospitality

Many restaurants have used their enforced downtime to improve their sustainability credentials and are now reaping the benefits as trading resumes.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By BigHospiality

This week's most popular hospitality stories include the closure of influential London wine hangout Terroirs, staffing troubles at Le Gavroche and Ugly Butterfly heading to Cornwall.

Racism in hospitality report released

Be Inclusive Hospitality calls for action on racism

By Joe Lutrario

Be Inclusive Hospitality has called for immediate action following the release of a report that found that more than half of all hospitality professionals from Black, Asian or Ethnic Minority backgrounds have experienced or witnessed racism in the workplace....

How to access BigHospitality website

BigHospitality is changing

By BigHospitality

Like many of the biggest media websites that have put journalism at the forefront of their strategy, we are implementing something called metered access – meaning users will be asked to register after consuming a certain number of articles within 30 days.

Friday Five: the week's top news

Friday Five: the week's top news

By James McAllister

This week's main hospitality news stories include the return of Brighton's Due South, rising takeaway sales, and Dishoom being named the fourth best large company to work for in UK.