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Don't miss the pub sector's main event of the year to get key findings from MCA's Pub Market Report 2018 and insights from leading industry figures, including Simon Emeny, Tim Martin, Chris Hill, Steve Richards and many more.


The keys to pub sector success: People, products and pricing
3 July 2018 – London


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LATEST MARKET REPORTS

Menu and Food Trends Report 2018

Menu & Food Trends Report 2018

25 Apr 2018

150+ pages of insights and data, providing in-depth analysis of consumers’ food & drink choices; menu composition, pricing and engineering; as well as the eating out trends to watch out for

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LATEST OPERATOR ANALYSIS

Power Bars May 2018 analysis

Focus on power bars - May 2018

Power Bars are all-day, high capacity, urban social hubs, found in city centres and busy worker districts. The report provides details on The Alchemist, Archie’s Bar & Kitchen, Balls Brothers, Banyan Bar & Kitchen, The Botanist, Copper Café, Drake & Morgan, Greenwood, The Lighterman and No. 29 Power Station West.

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CONSUMER INSIGHTS

Eating Out Panel April 2018

Consumer Dashboard - April 2018

Participation is higher than ever as a growing number of consumers eat out, just less often than in the past. Consumers increasingly flock to coffee shops and pubs for breakfast and show a willingness to increase their spend at this day-part.

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LATEST EATING OUT PANEL

MCA Eating Out Panel Q1 2018 Report

Eating Out Panel - Q1 2018 Report

Q1 2018 data shows that eating out volumes decline as frequency flags with continuing consumer uncertainty

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INNOVATIVE OPERATORS

Concepts to watch Q1 2018 MCA

Concepts to Watch Q1 2018

Quarterly updates on the new concepts, brand developments and ideas that you need to be aware of, and which MCA’s analysts think are most relevant.

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