14th March 2017
Profitable Beds in Pubs
Join Guestline, ALMR, Stay in a Pub, Inapub, British Beer & Pub Association and Bii for the "Profitable Beds in Pubs"round table event - an event is focussed on improving operations and driving revenue into pubs with accommodation.
Taking place at The Counting House, London EC3V 3PD, the event will discuss the growing trend - driven by consumers, for licensees to increase their revenue through letting rooms and the addition of boutique style accommodation.
Delegates will hear the latest tips and innovations on the market from a range of hospitality industry experts who will be sharing insight, fresh ideas and best practice.
Date & Time
Date - Tuesday 14th March
Time - 10am - 1pm
The day will consist of a number of presentations and discussions to identify the top tips for success.
- 10am - Guest arrival
- Digital Marketing - Convert your online presence into bookings by looking at how customers find pubs with rooms.
Ed Davies, Digital Services Manager at Inapub and ex licensee
- Revenue Management - Selling the right product, at the right price, to the right client at the right time, through the right channel.
Alex Bufton, Revenue Management Consultant at Guestline
- Why driving reviews to TripAdvisor is key - How hoteliers can use reviews and guest feedback to help them increase loyalty, growth and profitability.
Francine Heywood, Director Sales and Marketing at GuestRevu
- Legislation for tourist accommodation - Advice on licences and consents, guests, food and drink, health and safety, staff, and business management and tax.
Kurt Jansen, Owner of the Tourism Alliance
- 2016 Research findings on pub accommodation - Hear the latest insights on the pub accommodation market from consumers and pub companies.
Paul Nunny, Director at Stay In A Pub
- Adding value to your business - How pub companies can add value to their business and how best to improve their return on investment.
Noel Moffitt, Director of Pubs & Restaurants at Christie & Co
- 1pm - Networking lunch and finish
The Countin House
Built in 1893 as a magnificent banking hall, the aptly named Counting House oozes 19th Century grandeur. With chandeliers and high domed ceiling, plus plenty of the old fixtures and fittings still here, it's a stunning place to stop by for a pie and a pint.
For more information on the venue, visit - www.the-counting-house.com/