All MCA Insight articles in September 2013 – Page 10

  • News

    East India Company doubles up


    The East India Company, the fine food retailer, is to open its second site in the UK and first outside London, at Bluewater

  • Rupert Clevely

    Geronimo founders launch new venture


    The founders of Geronimo Inns, Rupert and Jo Clevely have set up a new venture called Greenwell & Tipple, which will launch its first site ‘The Cyclist – Refreshment Rooms’ at the soon to renovated Brighton train station

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    M&B introduces on-line degree for managers


    The first-intake of 45 M&B retail managers have enrolled on the Managing in Service Industries course, which covers modules designed to enhance managers’ performance

  • SSP City Bar and Grill

    Sector crucial for job creation: EY


    The UK hospitality sector created 153,000 jobs between 2010 and 2012, according to a new Europe-wide report that shows the importance of the sector in employment and growth

  • Analysis & Insight

    Deals save consumers £170k on average


    British consumers are saving up to £170,000 on eating out on an average weekday when using restaurant deals, according to new research daily deal aggregator

  • News

    ACPO: 'No surprises' during alcohol crackdown


    he Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) lead on alcohol licensing and harm reduction has said there will be “no surprises” for licensees during the ‘week of action’

  • Camilles

    Camille’s targets UK


    Camille’s, the American ice cream bar operator, plans to launch the concept into the UK and believes it could grow to 100 sites over three to four years, M&C Report has learnt

  • News

    Nanban switches attention to Hackney


    Tim Anderson, who won TV’s MasterChef programme in 2011, has switched his attention to a site in Hackney for his new southern Japanese food concept called Nanban, M&C Report understands

  • Analysis & Insight

    Pubs and cafes 'must do more for families'


    Pubs and cafes need to do more to cater for the needs of families, according to a new report. While 44% of parents take their children to eat in pubs, only 12% say they are convenient for pre-school children

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    Luminar makes first acquisition


    Luminar, the nightclub operator, has made its first acquisition under its current guise, buying Evoke in Chelmsford for an undisclosed sum

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    Costa uses new packaging to reaffirm sustainability stance


    Costa has announced new product-wide packaging as part of its wider sustainability and corporate social responsibility commitments

  • Jacques Borel and Tim Martin

    Addressing the VAT cut naysayers


    JD Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin corrects some ‘misconceptions’ and lays out the arguments for a cut in VAT for the trade

  • News

    Thomas explains No Saints subsidiary liquidations


    Steve Thomas, founder of bar and nightclub group No Saints, has explained the reason behind a number of the firm’s subsidiaries being wound up

  • News

    Galway Roast eyes UK debut


    The Galway Roast, the Irish cafe operator, plan to launch in the UK under franchise and is looking at sites in London, company owner Niall Murphy has told M&C Report

  • News

    Experimental Cocktail Club eyes Covent Garden opening


    Experimental Cocktail Club (ECC), the international bar group, is believed to have secured a site in Covent Garden for a new wine bar and restaurant concept

  • News

    Pubs sell prior to auctions


    Almost half of the 46 pubs that were put up for auction earlier this month were sold prior to the event

  • News

    La Tasca menu gains Coeliac accreditation


    La Tasca has announced that it is the latest organisation in the UK to join an elite group of 11 operators to gain full gluten-free (GF) accreditation from Coeliac UK

  • News

    ASK Italian launches fundraising tour


    ASK Italian has launched a nationwide fundraising initiative aimed at raising £250,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

  • News

    Red’s eyes second site


    Red’s True BBQ, the fledgling Leeds-based operator, is in talks to secure its second site, the former Livebait unit in Manchester

  • News

    Meantime offers global 'work experience'


    Meantime, the London brewer, is offering a global “work experience” trip for an individual to try craft brewing in five countries