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Five Guys, one vision

In a ‘Head to Head’ CGA Peach 2020 Conference session with Peter Martin, veteran entrepreneur Sir Charles Dunstone shared his views on Five Guys’ stellar success in the UK and some hot issues


New openings round-up

With the pace of many operators’ roll-outs showing no signs of flagging, there is new openings news this week from brands including The Diner, Leon, Inamo, Fuller’s, the Cocktail Trading Company, Loungers, Marston’s, New World Trading Company, All Bar One and CAU.


Growing pains

BrandTrack, CGA Peach’s regular survey of out-of-home eating and drinking consumer behaviour, has a key focus on brands, but also gives a vital reading on the key dynamics in the market—and asks some big questions about market evolution. David Martin does the analysis.


Disruptive influencers

The only constant is change, so they say. For anyone in the eating and drinking-out arena that is simply stating the blindingly obvious, writes Peter Martin.


New openings round-up

As the year draws to a close, brands with openings either in the last few weeks of December or into the new year include Turtle Bay, Loungers, Bella Italia, Honest Burgers, Prezzo, Walkabout, Tonkotsu, YO! Sushi, Itsu and many more.


New Peach Report magazine out now

The latest issue of Peach Report magazine is out now with full and exclusive coverage of the CGA Peach 2020 conference and the 2015 Hero & Icon Awards. It was certainly a year for the ‘disruptors’.


British towns join openings boom

Nearly two in three British towns have seen their numbers of pubs, bars, restaurants and clubs rise or stay the same in the last year, the latest edition of the licensed trade’s Market Growth Monitor from AlixPartners and CGA Peach reveals.


Post-Paris nervousness hits London’s eating and drinking-out markets

London’s pub and restaurant trade saw sales dip in November in the wake of the Paris terrorist attacks. Public nervousness about going out led to a 1.5% decline in like-for-like sales in the capital, with chain restaurants feeling the biggest impact, according to latest figures from the industry’s sales barometer, the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.


US consumers back higher pay, tipping

With operators here contemplating the impact of the National Living Wage next year, a new survey in the US by AlixPartners has found that consumers approve of better wages, with many prepared to pay extra to support them.


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