Coronavirus

Coronavirus

The Caterer takes the Coronavirus (COVID-19) very seriously. The epidemic and it's consequences including the steps taken to combat the virus has a serious impact on the hospitality sector. We try to collect all information and do what The Caterer does the best: provide guidance and shine light on ways how we can survive and emerge stronger at the end.

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City centre hospitality jobs at risk as more people work from home News

City centre hospitality jobs at risk as more people work from home

20 April 2022 by

Around 77,000 retail and hospitality employees could be forced to relocate or lose their jobs due[...]

Wake-up call: the reasons behind the rise in food prices Business

Wake-up call: the reasons behind the rise in food prices

15 April 2022 by

A myriad of factors pushing food prices upwards are sending shockwaves that are being felt around[...]

Hospitality venues continue to struggle with Covid cancellations News

Hospitality venues continue to struggle with Covid cancellations

11 April 2022 by

Hospitality businesses are continuing to struggle with large numbers of Covid-related cancellations, with some warning it[...]

Hospitality sector policyholders dine out on Wolseley legal triumph Business

Hospitality sector policyholders dine out on Wolseley legal triumph

06 April 2022 by

Jonathan Samuelson of Harris Balcombe LLP discusses the ramifications of the recent decision in Corbin &[...]

New law to help resolve some outstanding coronavirus rent debt News

New law to help resolve some outstanding coronavirus rent debt

24 March 2022 by

A new law has come into force in England and Wales to help resolve some outstanding[...]

Pret sales slow in London as infections rise News

Pret sales slow in London as infections rise

23 March 2022 by

Demand for Pret A Manger coffee and food fell slightly in London’s financial and shopping districts[...]

Pandemic more than halved Wasabi turnover News

Pandemic more than halved Wasabi turnover

11 March 2022 by

The onset of the pandemic in 2020 more than halved turnover at Wasabi, falling by 56.7%[...]

Wake-up call: can my landlord wind up my business? Business

Wake-up call: can my landlord wind up my business?

24 February 2022 by

It’s time to negotiate with your landlord now that the protections from the pandemic are being[...]

Scotland to end vaccine passport scheme and lift restrictions News

Scotland to end vaccine passport scheme and lift restrictions

22 February 2022

Scotland’s mandatory vaccine passport scheme is to be scrapped from 28 February, with other restrictions due to be lifted next month.

IHG says hotel demand approaching pre-pandemic levels News

IHG says hotel demand approaching pre-pandemic levels

22 February 2022

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), the owner of brands including Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza, said its trading was “getting closer to pre-pandemic levels” as demand for global travel returns.

As a current holder of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise, Jacobs Media Group extends its condolences on the passing of Queen Elizabeth ll.

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