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The Morning Advertiser, the industry's oldest and most-respected magazine, provides pub trade news and business support articles.
The BII is the leading independent licensee support organisation for individuals working in hospitality, with 10,000 individual members running premises across the UK - predominantly tenanted, leased, managed and freehold pubs. The organisation provides expert helplines, online business support, and guidance on key industry issues, and savings on a range of supply deals for its members, keeping pubs thriving in the heart of every community.
Be Inclusive Hospitality CIC is a not-for-profit organisation, building a thriving community to accelerate race equity within hospitality, food, and drink.
The British Soft Drinks Association represents UK producers of soft drinks, including carbonated drinks, still and dilutable drinks, fruit juices and bottled waters. Membership includes the majority of Britain’s soft drinks manufacturers as well as franchisors, importers and suppliers to the UK soft drinks industry.
Established in 1885 under its former name of the Cookery and Food Association, the Craft Guild of Chefs has developed into the leading Chefs’ Association in the UK and has many members worldwide. Their members come from all aspects of the foodservice and hospitality sectors working in a wide variety of positions from students and trainees to top management.
Club Soda exists to help people drink more mindfully and live well.
As the only specialist organisation for independent food & drink businesses in the UK, NCASS can support you by providing an account manager, ongoing support, legal documentation, professional services, training courses, work opportunities and exclusive discounts to ensure you save time and money when it comes to running and making your business a success.
The Burnt Chef Project is a globally recognised not-for-profit Social Enterprise fully committed to making the hospitality profession healthier and more sustainable by focussing on people's wellbeing first.
UKHospitality is the voice for over hospitality, representing 750 companies operating around 100,000 venues. We speak on behalf of a wide range of businesses, from FTSE 100 enterprises to niche groups and independent single-site venues, as well as 6,000 affiliated operators. We act as the voice of food policy regulation, creating the first ever industry Catering Guide, promoting best practice and open dialogue between consumers and businesses. Engaging with Government, the media and the public, we work to unlock the industry’s full potential.
The WSTA represents over 300 companies producing, importing, exporting, transporting and selling wines and spirits in the United Kingdom. WSTA members range from major retailers, brand owners and wholesalers to fine wine and spirit specialists, logistics and bottling companies, and low and no alcohol producers.
The mission for Women In The Food Industry is to empower women, shine a spotlight on what they are doing for the industry and build a community of women who give each other support, confidence and strength.
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Whether you work in hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars or cafés, schools, hospitals or event venues, Hospitality Action are here to give you the help, advice and support you need whenever times get tough. Whatever challenge you face - from physical illness or mental health issues to financial difficulty, family problems to addiction - Hospitality Action is here to get you back on your feet again. And when it’s no longer possible to work, we can help you prepare for the next phase of your life.