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Six weeks until The Caterer’s virtual Marketing Summit

20 May 2021 by

The Caterer’s online Marketing Summit will be held on Tuesday 29 June.

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Ambleside’s Waterhead hotel sold to the Inn Collection Group

14 May 2021 by

The four-star Waterhead hotel in the Lake District has been sold by English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues for an undisclosed sum to the Inn Collection Group in an off-market deal.

Government updates guidance allowing purpose-built wedding venues to reopen from 12 April News

Government updates guidance allowing purpose-built wedding venues to reopen from 12 April

23 March 2021 by

The UK Wedding Taskforce has confirmed that wedding ceremonies can take place in licensed, purpose-built wedding[...]

Just four weeks until The Caterer’s virtual Recovery Summit News

Just four weeks until The Caterer’s virtual Recovery Summit

02 March 2021 by

In less than a month innovative operators and experts will explore how hospitality businesses can shape[...]

Rishi Sunak to announce £5b grant scheme to help hospitality bridge the last leg of lockdown News

Rishi Sunak to announce £5b grant scheme to help hospitality bridge the last leg of lockdown

28 February 2021 by

Chancellor Rishi Sunak is to announce grants of up to £18,000 for hospitality businesses as part[...]

Hospitality Technology Hub launches to unite hoteliers, vendors and advisors News

Hospitality Technology Hub launches to unite hoteliers, vendors and advisors

17 February 2021 by

A virtual forum for hoteliers, technology vendors and industry advisors has been launched to provide a[...]

Home Grown Hotels fights back against minimum wage naming and shaming News

Home Grown Hotels fights back against minimum wage naming and shaming

31 December 2020

Home Grown Hotels has pulled into question the language used by the National Minimum Wage Naming Scheme after being brandished as a “rogue employer” for underpaying employees alongside 138 other UK businesses.

Birmingham City Council proposes ‘test and dine’ to get hospitality back up and running News

Birmingham City Council proposes ‘test and dine’ to get hospitality back up and running

14 December 2020

Birmingham City Council is discussing a ‘test and dine’ scheme that would help open the doors of hospitality businesses currently closed due to Tier 3 restrictions.

Fears more than three-quarters of night-time economy will be out of business by Christmas News

Fears more than three-quarters of night-time economy will be out of business by Christmas

30 November 2020 by

The new tier restrictions in England will put 75.6% of night-time economy and hospitality companies out[...]

How to... meet contact tracing requirements Advice

How to... meet contact tracing requirements

29 October 2020 by

Data protection is now a vital part of any hospitality operation, due to the necessity of[...]

How to... make a business interruption insurance claim for coronavirus Advice

How to... make a business interruption insurance claim for coronavirus

22 October 2020 by

The hearing at the High Court may open the floodgates for a host of similar cases,[...]

Advice clinic launched for businesses ‘in danger of missing out’ on insurance claims News

Advice clinic launched for businesses ‘in danger of missing out’ on insurance claims

13 August 2020 by

Hospitality businesses who have been denied business interruption insurance cover for Covid-19 are invited to join[...]

Jacobs Media Group is honoured to be the recipient of the 2020 Queen's Award for Enterprise.

The highest official awards for UK businesses since being established by royal warrant in 1965. Read more.

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