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Offering something special in the garden this summer

How operators can maximise selling space by offering something special in the garden this summer!

Technology that unites the customer with their surroundings is seeing a real surge in popularity and we expect this to gather pace as the summer months draw closer and the desire to make a more memorable experience out of each pub visit grows stronger. Every pub operator wants to stand out against competitors and the trick is to elevate the experience with subtle but effective refinements to the offer.

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No smoke without fire

No smoke without fire

The annual cost of fires in the UK is estimated by the Fire Sector Federation to be a staggering £9.1 billion. Shockingly, for the fire service, the cost of call outs is rising, and the greatest increases are a consequence of fires in commercial and industrial buildings.

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Top Tips for Operators looking to streamline service this Valentines Day!

The Feast of St Valentine is upon us and, as we all know, 14 February is one of the busiest dates in the winter calendar for many UK operators.

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The UK hotels with the most beautiful Instagram feeds

We’ve scoured the net to find the Instagram accounts you should be following if you love to see inside the most stunning hotels across the UK. Read More

The most talked about hospitality stories of 2018

As this year comes to a close we take a look at the hospitality news of 2018 that got the most attention. Read More

Tackling food waste through bin tech

Restaurants throw away up to a fifth of the ingredients they buy. But clever tech is helping chefs become more aware of what they discard, which is good news for both the environment and the bottom line. In her Guest Editor column for Restaurant Magazine Eloise Sheppard takes a look at this innovative tech. Read More

A byte to eat? Cryptocurrency’s coming to dinner

Cryptocurrency could soon be a big part of the restaurant world. Find out how the model is being taken up by the hospitality industry in Eloise Sheppard’s Guest Technology Editor column for Restaurant Magazine. Read More

Nutrition technology: this time it’s personal

Could food choices soon be based on people’s DNA? Eloise Sheppard takes a look at how nutrition technology could impact the restaurant sector in her guest editor column for Restaurant Magazine. Read More

Turn happy hotel guests into real revenue

There’s plenty of evidence to support the notion that happy hotel guests translates into real revenue gains, not just within the hospitality sector but also for both product and service companies. We are indisputably living in an experience economy; so it makes sense that hotels are now, more than ever before, focusing on improving the guest stay.

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