By M&C Report team2007-12-08T08:19:00+00:00
Franco Manca and The Real Greek operator Fulham Shore has seen total revenues reach more than £39m for the half year to 26 September 2021, compared to £36m achieved in 2019.
As trading volumes at Fulham Shore rise by a quarter, MCA spoke with David Page, executive chairman, to discover more about the company’s plans for expansion and an idea for a new store format, which highlights the need to cater for robust, ongoing delivery sales. Overall, the company is currently benefiting from a depleted retail sector, and from having retained most of its workforce. Looking forward, it has eyes on eventually opening up to 250 sites in the UK.
The pandemic may have accelerated the abandonment of cash as a preferred method of payment, but should operators be ditching it all together? MCA’s deputy editor Georgi Gyton explores the issue
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UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls has warned that rising costs are adding pressure to already beleaguered operators.
The roadmap includes ambitious net zero targets to eliminate operational emissions by 2030, and for operators to achieve net zero across their supply chains by 2040.
With only two weeks to go until MCA’s annual sell-out conference, now is the time to snap up those few remaining tickets
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