13 February 2020
Britain’s managed pub, bar and restaurant sector have kicked-off the New Year on the front foot, with collective like-for-like sales up 1.9 per cent in January compared to the same month last year, latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show.
11 February 2020
More than 70 per cent of consumer-facing businesses are confident that the Government can broker a Brexit trade deal that protects their interests.
05 February 2020
Final instalment of a three-part blog series to highlight the following issues facing the British residential care sector: the importance of good management and effective governance and regulation.
05 February 2020
The Government is proposing a 700 per cent increase in road tax for motorhomes, but there is little to back it up from a tax or environmental perspective and it would leave a damaged manufacturing industry behind.
04 February 2020
Apprenticeships are a powerful tool in narrowing the poverty gap and giving opportunity to those who have traditional not been exposed to them. They can come with some complex rules and tick boxes, read more about what organisations need to consider when it comes to offering an effective apprenticeship programme.
29 January 2020
The impact of staff shortages in residential care homes as a result of the Government scrapping bursaries for nursing students; Brexit; sleep-in costs for residential care workers and the effect of IR35 on contractors being defined as employees.
21 January 2020
A large number of manufacturers don’t have the finance they need to invest. The practical recommendations in this report will help those businesses access the cash they need for investment and growth – paving the way for a more successful future.
16 January 2020
In the first instalment of blogs looking at issues facing the residential care sector, we look at profitability, ownership structures and value in distressed situations.
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15 January 2020
Britain may have fallen out of love with shopping on the high street over the festive period, but it continued to go out to eat and drink over Christmas and the New Year, latest industry figures show.