Star Pubs & Bars lets lessees communicate with online forum

20 August 2015 by
Star Pubs & Bars lets lessees communicate with online forum

Star Pubs & Bars has launched an online forum to help its lessees communicate with one another.

The forum has been set up in response to lessee feedback at the company's national assembly, which was created to give lessees more of a voice in the ongoing management of Star Pubs & Bars.

It enables lessees to exchange ideas, identify solutions to common problems and chat online.

The launch builds on Star's development of annual national, regional and local forums for lessees over the last 18 months, which give lessees the chance to meet up and to discuss challenges and opportunities for the licensed trade with the company's management team.

Chris Jowsey, trading director, Star Pubs & Bars, said: "From listening to lessees we know that as hands-on business people based very much in their own pubs they often miss talking to fellow lessees. The online forum will provide a way for them to easily interact with their peers at a time that suits them without even having to leave their premises. And, we hope that over time, it will develop into an invaluable business tool and support network for sharing best practice and seeking advice."

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