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    ScotHot 2017: Scotland’s Biggest & Best Exhibition for Catering, Hospitality & Tourism

ScotHot 2017: Scotland’s Biggest & Best Exhibition for Catering, Hospitality & Tourism

Scotland’s largest event for the Scottish hospitality industry returns to Glasgow from 15th-16th March 2017. Attracting over 7,000 visitors over the two days, ScotHot 2017 will offer the sector everything it needs – from advice, opinion and equipment to interiors, culinary competitions and new technology – all under one roof.

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    Drinks School Scotland Launches For Sommelier & Beverage Management Support

Drinks School Scotland Launches For Sommelier & Beverage Management Support

A new drinks business specialising in wine and spirit training has launched in Scotland. Offering short courses, tastings, hospitality and events, Drink School Scotland provides wine- and whisky-tastings, talks for corporate events and private tastings for groups and individuals. Owner David Austin, formerly a sommelier at Gleneagles, has worked as a spirits

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    Navigating the Legal Minefield of Food Advertising

Navigating the Legal Minefield of Food Advertising

With the Committee of Advertising Practice now considering extending the prohibition on advertising unhealthy foods to children, it seems it is only a matter of time before already restrictive rules are tightened. Alison Bryce discusses the tightrope that catering and hospitality firms must walk in if they venture into the

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    SLTA Appoints New Chairman

SLTA Appoints New Chairman

The Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA) has appointed Donald Campbell to take over from outgoing chairman, Peter Lederer. As director of sales at Inverarity Morton (IM) Ltd, Mr Campbell (pictured), was cited by The SLTA Chief Executive, Paul Waterson, as the prime candidate to enhance stakeholder relations and drive subscriptions over

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Matthew Algie: Nurturing Scotland’s Culture Of Coffee

Recent research has demonstrated that outlets of all sizes – both independents and chains – are booming in Scotland, as individuals and business people seek a combination of solace and relative formality in quiet corners and oversized, comfy sofas. Part of the reason these venues are proving so popular with

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