Propel Morning Briefing

More than 11,000 British pubs have closed since smoking ban came in

More than 11,000 British pubs have closed in the ten years since the government imposed the smoking ban, according to research by pro-smoking…

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Brexit employment offer will help UK hospitality to grow, says ALMR

The Brexit employment offer will help the UK hospitality industry to grow, according to the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers…

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Foodservice startups ‘increasingly reinventing traditional concepts’ to make their mark

Foodservice startups are increasingly reinventing traditional concepts to make their mark in the sector, according to an analysis…

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Imbiba – we’re already looked at 70 businesses with a view to investment from our Growth Fund

Investment fund Imbiba has reported a lot of interest in its new £50m Growth Fund.

The Growth Fund aims to invest in sector businesses…

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European hotel market reports strong May performance

The European hotel market reported a strong performance in May, with increases in revpar, average daily rate and occupancy. STR data…

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ALMR welcomes government guidance on rates relief

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) has welcomed government guidance to local authorities to pay business rates…

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Industry unites to raise money for terror victims at first We Love London Bridge festival

Venues in Borough High Street and the surrounding areas are uniting to raise money by taking part in the inaugural We Love London Bridge…

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Propel teams up with MMU for ‘delivering operational excellence’ webinar

Propel has teamed up with Mastering Multi-Units (MMU) to host a webinar for operators focused on dealing with the challenges associated…

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ALMR – PM’s immigration announcement provides stability for hospitality

The Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) has welcomed Theresa May’s statement in Brussels, in which she set out her…

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