24 February 2021
With its links to hospitality disrupted by the coronavirus, the food and drink sector innovated its way through 2020. But what does 2021 have in store for the sector?
19 February 2021
Britain’s January retail sales decreased by 8.2 per cent in volume when compared with December 2020 and fell by 4.9 per cent in comparison to the previous three months. Strong declines were seen in both clothing stores and fuel. This fell during a period when all non-essential retail stores were closed in England from 6 January with measures due for review in late February.
15 February 2021
The ONS’ latest report tracking the effect of Coronavirus on the UK travel and tourism industry highlights the incredible impact the first two lockdowns had on the sector.
The latest ONS retail sales release brings news of performance across the month of December but also for 2020 overall.
15 January 2021
Britain’s managed pub and restaurant groups saw total sales drop by 72.6 per cent over the festive season, in what should have been the sector’s busiest trading period of the year, latest data from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show.
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11 December 2020
Britain’s managed pub and restaurant groups saw sales wiped out in November as lockdown hit in England and tough trading restrictions continued in Scotland and Wales, latest data from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker show.
10 December 2020
The travel, leisure, hospitality and retail sectors will all experience marked increases in consumer demand by mid-summer 2021 if current projections persist says RSM.
10 December 2020
The eat out to help out (EOTHO) scheme was so successful in August that some pubs, restaurants and cafes even carried on the discounts into September at their own cost. As we approach the end of the current lockdown, with talk of easing restrictions over Christmas, will a new version of EOTHO be on the cards?