Keg Talks

  • 6. Managing Health and Safety post-lockdown

    With Health and Safety procedure more important now than ever before, we talk to industry experts on how to keep risk assessments current and effective, managing test and trace, and how to deal with difficult health and safety related customer conversationsWhat we’ll coverRisk AssessmentsCovid-19 Health & Safety measures and risk assessmentsTest and traceManaging difficult conversations
  • 5. Navigating the ‘New Normal’

    With venues now re-opening, Mark and Ed share their expertise on what this ‘new normal’ looks like for the on trade and how changing consumer behaviour could open up new areas of opportunities for operators. We also discuss the newly launched Eat Out to Help Out initiative and VAT cut, looking at the options open to operators around each of theseWhat we'll coverConsumer trends and opportunities post lockdownVAT cutEat Out to Help Out initiative
  • 4. Building your brand online and through social media

    With re-opening on the horizon, the way in which you communicate with your customers and position your business has never been more important. In this webinar, industry experts – Mark and Alison – share their advice on how to optimise online presence to reach people within your community, and the best tools to help you do thisWhat we’ll cover·      Communicating your re-opening with customers·      Social media content, scheduling and boosting posts·      Online reviews and how to deal with them·      Website creation and optimisation·      Brand building
  • 3. Setting up your own food delivery service – the do’s and don’ts

    With many operators having flipped their business models to create additional income streams, we get the inside track from Michele Civiera on how he’s achieved this with his business. We’ll cover the key challenges, managing brand perception and his views on maintaining diversified offerings going forward. What we’ll cover Logistics of creating a contactless food delivery and collection serviceEnsuring and maintaining a safe working place for your employees and managing staffingHow to develop and communicate your new narrative to customers Amplifying your offering through social media
  • 1. Setting up shop – the do’s and don’ts

    In this podcast, we speak to StarStock Founder and CEO - Sam Ulph - about ways in which operators can diversify their businesses to provide click and collect and takeaway services for essential items through mypubshop. With re-opening conditions still unclear, diversifying your offering is key to creating additional revenue streams both during and post lockdown. What we’ll coverRegistering your pub as a food shop Managing staffing Engaging with your local community Managing orders, delivery and collection with customers and suppliers Raising awareness around your new offering  
  • 2. Navigating furlough and the government grant process

    With the hospitality industry being one of the first to furlough staff, we talk to Vandana Dass, Managing Director of Davenport Solicitors about the technicalities around the scheme, including latest updates to how it will function from August. We will also explore the range of government grants and loans on offer and eligibility surrounding these.What we’ll cover·      Furlough process for employers·      Annual leave for furloughed employees·      Rotating furloughed workers·      Navigating the return to work·      Redundancy process during furlough·      Eligibility for government grants and loans