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Cost-effective ways to improve your pub’s appeal

Ash Dhindsa

Without doubt, one of the UK’s USPs are its pubs and their vast range of beers. With tourism growing significantly outside of London, pubs nationwide ought to maximise the appeal of their venues with enticing interiors, alfresco dining and great value-for-money menus.

As casual dining hasn’t quite hit the heights many thought it would, pubs should seize the opportunity and convince visitors that the pub is now the place to be, but they need to look worth stepping over the threshold for.

Limited on budget but want to increase your pub’s appeal? We’ve worked in the pub industry for over 10 years so know the challenges you face day-to-day. For pub owners looking to increase their venue’s footfall and profitability, we’d recommend these tips for competing in today’s competitive hospitality market.

David Lloyd Portsmouth Solent

Investing in maintenance for your fitness centre

Rosie@cartwrightcommunications.co.uk

How refurbishments can help improve customer retention

Interior design and maintenance is as important for gyms and fitness centres as it is for any other type of hospitality venue – particularly for the larger higher end chains which are now having to fight off competition from low-cost budget gyms.

More choice in the market is forcing the larger multinational chains to find unique selling points to extend their customer experience; customers who expect quality interior design and first-class maintenance to stay loyal.  Brand image maintenance is vital.

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Investing in Maintenance for your Hospitality Venue

Rosie@cartwrightcommunications.co.uk

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How a Robust Strategy can Drive Repeat Business

Maintenance is a crucial element of any hospitality venue. In today’s competitive market, whether you’re a pub, bar, upmarket hotel or restaurant, the look and feel of a venue is now more important than it ever has been. Keeping it looking good is as vital as the original investment if brand image is to be protected.

Walk down a modern high street or through a busy city-centre and the choice is with the customer. Fine dining, casual dining, a relaxed drink or a snack – the customer doesn’t have to travel far. With that in mind, hospitality businesses must continually focus on providing the best possible experience for their customers.

After the Christmas and New Year rush is an ideal time for hospitality venues to plan a freshening up of their interiors. The first few weeks of the New Year are a popular time for a refurb, as restaurants are quieter and finances post-Christmas are more likely available. After all, one of the first important dates in a restaurant’s New Year calendar is Valentine’s Day.

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Henry VIII

matt@cartwrightcommunications.co.uk

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Henry VIII was the original Brand Image Maintenance icon if ever there was one.  If you saw the recent documentary on Hampton Court Palace, you might have thought that it was the start of a Tudor Grand Designs series. Henry VIII had over 50 palaces by the end of his reign during which he embarked on a never-seen-before campaign of courtly magnificence and splendor.

Henry VIII’s palaces made bold statements. Go to Hampton Court and be in awe of the intricate designs of the many chimneys that dominate the palace roof tops.

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