In a session at UKHospitality’s Summer Conference last week, CGA’s group chief executive Phil Tate cut through the noise to separate facts about trends and developments from fiction. Here are seven of his key messages.
The eating and drinking out sector needs to fight its corner hard in government to secure the best outcomes on Brexit and many more issues, UKHospitality CEO Kate Nicholls told CGA’s Future of Finance conference.
CGA’s group chief executive Phil Tate will be among the big-name speakers discussing the opportunities and challenges for the out of home food and drink sectors at UKHospitality’s Summer Conference on Tuesday 25 June.
Rising costs, intense competition and Brexit are creating significant challenges for operators in the out-of-home eating and drinking sector—but consumer trends including premiumisation and healthier eating and drinking offer opportunities for growth.
Restaurants and pubs face a potent cocktail of challenges from rising costs, intense competition and Brexit, CGA’s Peter Martin told the inaugural UKHospitality Conference this week—but the best brands still have plenty of potential for growth.