Did you come along? Or just want to get a feel for what the Inapub Next Generation is all about? Take a look at this.
An impressive 15 categories and 15 winners – see which pubs took home gold at The Good Pub Guide Awards 2017.
Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace is challenging you to be Prostate Cancer UK’s favourite local.
How can a tactical paint job help your customers stay longer and spend more?
Young’s is celebrating 185 years in the trade with a new campaign ‘#185YearsYoungs’.
August bank holiday has prompted a sales boom for pubs.
With standing room of just six customers, could this be Britain's new tiniest pub?
Inapub caught up with Stephen Gould, managing director of Everards, for the latest on plans for its new brewery site.
National Pubwatch has released a tongue-in-cheek Challenge 21 film to help licensees and staff combat underage sales.
It's back and this time Inapub is taking Next Generation to Manchester.
Licensees with the big pubcos now have the right to go free of tie after the Pubs Code came into force this week.
The number of publicans closing doors for the last time has fallen, according to figures from the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
Award winning licensee Keith Marsden will share his recruitment and retention tips with new licensees and managers in September.
Ben Bullman is a man who likes to be by the water. He started his career as a student barman at the multiple award-winning Royal Pier in Aberystwyth interspersed with summer stints creating cocktails on the south coast of Spain.
The Forum of Private Businesses has urged the government to take swift action to support small traders following the vote to leave the EU.
Are you part of the Next Generation of licensees and managers driving the pub industry forward?
If you have a play area or not, you can boost trade this summer by drawing in the families on school holidays.
Answer one simple question and you could win 10 cases of San Miguel Fresca for your pub, worth hundreds of pounds worth of revenue.
Cornwall couple Rob and Lucy Brewer of The Rashleigh Arms in Charlestown have been named as the BII Licensees of the Year.