All Giraffe articles – Page 11

  • News

    Financial watchdog to start Tesco investigation


    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to undertake a “full investigation” into Tesco’s announcement last month that it had overstated its expected H1 profits by an estimated £250m

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    Tesco overstated H1 profits by c£250m


    Tesco says it has overstated the figure for its expected half-year profits by an estimated £250m

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    Giraffe CFO Viner departs


    Paul Viner has left his role as chief financial officer at Giraffe, the Tesco-owned restaurant operator

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    Giraffe makes latest Burgers & Cocktails conversion


    Giraffe, the Tesco-owned restaurant concept, has converted a third site to its Burger & Cocktails format in Brighton and would consider further conversions, M&C Report has learnt

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    Jacobs named Giraffe MD


    Andrew Jacobs, co-founder of Giraffe, has been named as managing director of the Tesco-owned restaurant operator, replacing Russel Joffe who announced his resignation along with his wife Juliette last month

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    Lewis: Tesco needs to get back to its core values


    Dave Lewis, the new chief executive of Tesco, has said that he wants to take the troubled retailers back to its core values

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    Analysis & Insight

    Operators make Youth 100 shortlist


    More than 35 leading pub, restaurant and bar operators have made the shortlist of this year’s Youth 100

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    Tesco to reduce capex


    Tesco has announced that capital expenditure for its current financial year is to be lower than initially planned, with a total spend expected to be £2.1bn, c£400m lower than anticipated and c£600m below last year

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    Analysis & Insight

    ​Pragmatic approach set to pay off


    The flexibility of operators to adapt their brands and offers is being tested like never before as consumers stretch their day part needs and continue to shun the traditional weekend marke

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    Fred’s Food Construction begins roll out


    Fred’s Food Construction, the deli-diner concept backed by Tesco, is to open its second site in the City of London next month

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    Giraffe consolidates London estate


    Giraffe, the Tesco-owned restaurant concept, has closed two of its sites in London after a review of its estate

  • News

    Asda could follow Tesco eating-out footsteps


    Asda has hinted that it could follow in the footsteps of rival Tesco and “create new reasons” for customers to visit its large store formats

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    BrewDog secures Islington site


    BrewDog, the Scottish brewer and pub operator, has secured its fifth London site in Islington

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    Tesco to assess Decks rollout


    Tesco Family Dining is to assess the further rollout potential of its Decks restaurant concept, a year on from its launch

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    Five Guys confirms Solihull opening


    Five Guys, the popular US burger chain, has confirmed the opening of a site in Solihull in the West Midlands

  • Analysis & Insight

    BBC names eating-out brands with best and worst hygiene ratings


    Most major national eating-out brands were found to have none or very few sites with unsatisfactory levels of food hygiene, according to analyst of Food Standards Agency data examined by the BBC

  • Diary

    Diary: Giraffe, Five Guys & Giggling Squid


    This week’s Diary includes Russel and Juliette Joffe’s plans after stepping down from Giraffe, Five Guys’ anniversary, Alan Yau on the streets of London and Ed’s scaled-down concept

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    Joffes step down from Giraffe


    Juliette and Russel Joffe, co-founders of Giraffe, today announced their resignation from the restaurant group they founded in 1998 and sold to Tesco last March for £48.6m

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    Tesco names new CEO; trading 'challenging'


    Tesco, the supermarket giant that has been making further inroads into the eating-out sector, has announced the appointment of former Unilever chairman Dave Lewis as chief executive to replace Philip Clarke from 1 October

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    Shopping around for the right mix


    Shopping nowadays is as much ‘experience-based’ as it is ‘needs-based’. While online offers the best value and convenience, shopping centres will always have the upper hand from an experiential point of view. At least for the time being argues Richard O’Sullivan, the co-founder and CEO of Boost Juice Bars UK, who previously co-founded the 100-plus retail chain, Millie’s Cookies