Artisan drinks, premium spirits, cocktail innovation and rocketing choice—those are among the big drinks trends forecast for 2017 in a new round of insights from CGA Strategy’s suite of market intelligence services. Download the infographic report.
Third-party delivery services and transport hubs like airports and railway stations are among the big opportunities for restaurants, pubs and bars this year, the 2017 Business Leaders’ Survey from CGA Peach (in partnership with Barclaycard) shows.
With drinks choice widening and quality soaring, pubs, bars and restaurants have lots with which to tempt consumers through their doors in 2017. But what are the categories for operators to watch this year? CGA’s suite of research services has the answers.
Sporting events can be a big driver of footfall for pubs and bars—but is screening them worth the expense? Brand new research from CGA and MatchPint suggests that it is, and that even more benefits lie in wait for operators who truly understand the dynamics of live sport and the habits of fans.
MatchPint and CGA report finds that whilst the Premier League leads the way in total value to pubs, other sports have a much bigger impact on sales when isolated against the Premier League. In some instances a one off event can be worth the equivalent of three Premier League days.
With London Cocktail Week in full swing, research from CGA Strategy has revealed the huge importance of the capital to the wider cocktail market, with nearly 1 in 4 cocktails sold in Britain now being purchased in London.
The USA has a higher cocktail consumption rate and more ingrained cocktail culture than either Britain or France, new research from CGA Strategy reveals, presenting a great opportunity for British bars and suppliers to learn from their cross-Atlantic counterparts.