Consumers are set to prioritise eating and drinking out in their spending after lockdown, but remain cautious about longer term financial impacts of the pandemic.
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Using data from across the globe, CGA’s Charlie Mitchell looks at major On Premise tequila trends and the opportunities for significant growth.
Global On Premise measurement, insight and research consultancy CGA is set to reveal a new-look brand and website this month as services are launched in new markets.
Around two in five licensed premises will have some kind of space to trade from when the market reopens for outside trading from Monday 12 April, the latest edition of the Market Recovery Monitor from CGA and AlixPartners reveals.
Operators and suppliers will have to appeal to a much changed consumer base split between enthusiastic and more hesitant users, the latest edition of CGA’s new Consumer Countdown to Reopening Series reports shows.
Consumers will have a renewed emphasis on brands’ contributions to local communities and environmental change when they return to eating and drinking out after lockdown.
Britain has 7,592 fewer licensed premises than it did before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, according to a new report to be published next week by analysts CGA and advisory firm AlixPartners.
With major festivals selling out and consumers increasingly confident about planning their summers, CGA is preparing expert analysis to help suppliers and drinks brands make the most of sales opportunities.
The pandemic has accelerated many trends in the eating and drinking-out sectors, but which will stick as the market reopens?
Sales of deliveries and takeaways from the UK’s leading hospitality groups have quadrupled over the last 12 months, an exclusive new Tracker service from CGA reveals.
Hospitality businesses will need to reassure, motivate and value their staff when they return if they are to optimise both guest experience and retention.
With the On Premise hoping for warm weather to boost outdoor trading from mid-April, CGA research shows the very close correlation between sunshine and sales.
Fewer than half of England’s pubs, bars and restaurants will have any space to operate in when the sector opens for outside service in April—but those that do open are set to benefit from a useful kickstart to sales.