Looking to contribute to The Caterer? There are many ways to feature your establishment or products in our magazine. Please read below to see how you can contribute. Thank you.
Hotspots: Every week we feature the best interior designs – whether it’s a new launch or just a great-looking refurbished space. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with high resolution landscape photos of the space and brief details of the venue and its location. If it works, we will get back to you for further details.
Better Business: Every week, we profile award-winning hospitality ventures – whether it is a hotel, restaurant, contract catering venue, pub, bar, or cafe. If you would like to see your business featured, get in touch with some brief details to Neil Gerrard via email@example.com
Viewpoint: We are always on the lookout for forthright opinions from industry figures to feature in our weekly Viewpoint. If you have a bee in your bonnet about any issue related to hospitality, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Brits Abroad: The Caterer would like hear from British expats working overseas in the hospitality industry and share your experiences and insights – good and bad. Why did you go abroad, how easy was it to obtain visas? How will the time abroad further your career? Email email@example.com to explain.
Just Opened: If you are launching a new hotel, restaurant, pub or bar – anywhere in the UK – then The Caterer would like to hear about it. Send details of your new business, including the date of opening to: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Openings: Do you know of a new hotel, restaurant or bar which is opening overseas – particularly one that is innovative and exciting and which the British hospitality industry may be inspired by? Forward us the details of the business, with an image of the property via email@example.com
Minute on the Clock: This is a weekly Q&A interview with an operator in any sector of hospitality. The focus will be on a recent news angle that the individual was involved with. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Loving Life in Hospitality: This is a fortnightly Q&A with young hospitality professionals who have started at the bottom and risen through the ranks quickly. Part of The Caterer’s editorial awareness campaign, which aims to show young people, teachers and career advisers the excellent opportunities that exist in the hospitality sector. Email email@example.com
Career Moves: A weekly round-up of recent appointments. Requirements: name of person/people changing roles; brief roundup of their career history to date and new role. We need a high res (300dpi) colour head and shoulders photo of the subject, preferably not taken on a Smartphone. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Suppliers’ Opinion: We would like to hear from the industry’s suppliers – what are the issues keeping you and your clients awake at night? Our products section provides a forum for these opinions via email@example.com
Competitions and Reader Offers: Do you have an amazing piece of kit or some new innovative products to give away? Email Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss space and requirements.
New Products: If you’ve got them we will write about them – but make sure you tell us the USP. Send a high res jpeg image along with the details, but keep them brief. Email email@example.com
Books: Do you have a book that you are self-publishing or know of a new food, drink or hospitality publication which you think The Caterer should review. Send details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Menuwatch: Weekly spotlight on the leading menus from restaurants around the country. All restaurants featured in Menuwatch go towards the Menu of the Year Catey. Email email@example.com
Wake up call: An article, usually supplied by a professional, on a legal scenario. It covers the law on the particular issue, expert advice and potential pitfalls operators must be aware of. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos: If you have an event that you would like to highlight in our photo round-up page please send your high-res (300dpi) photos and a short description to email@example.com
Letters: Have you something to say about what’s going on in the industry? Send your letters to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org