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Holiday Trends Marketers Can’t Ignore [Infographic]

Holiday Trends Marketers Can’t Ignore [Infographic] | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
Each year, the holidays bring out consumers looking for great gifts and good deals.
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British pubs are failing wine lovers - The Drinks Business

British pubs are failing wine lovers - The Drinks Business | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
Speaking to The Telegraph, Chris Murphy said that the majority of pubs in the UK are getting their wine lists wrong, and are missing out on sales as a result. “I don't think pubs go for the right wines and they don't keep it right, ...
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JAM Marketing Ltd's curator insight, October 30, 2013 5:32 AM

As a wine lover I just hate the way pubs serve a glass full to the brim and measure the wine why don't they invest in large glasses that let the wine breathe and do justice to it and even have lines on the glass for the measurements?

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Want To Raise Your Prices? Here's How To Do It - Forbes

Want To Raise Your Prices? Here's How To Do It - Forbes | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
Want To Raise Your Prices? Here's How To Do It Forbes Despite what they may say, most customers do not abandon a company when it lifts it's prices, and even a small increase in the price of your product can make a major difference to your net...
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Nestlé unveils new range of Willy Wonka chocolate bars - The Guardian

Nestlé unveils new range of Willy Wonka chocolate bars - The Guardian | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
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Nestlé is to launch a range of chocolate bars in September named after one of the world's most famous fictional confectioners – Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka.
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Google+ to surpass Facebook by 2016 – Hotels need to get into the game

Google+ to surpass Facebook by 2016 – Hotels need to get into the game | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
Google+ to Surpass Facebook by 2016 – Hotels Need to Get Into the Game (via Nevistas Hospitality and Travel Network) Send PDF Print Bookmark Go Back Text Size:   With Google+ jockeying to replace Facebook as the No.

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Sander de Wilde's curator insight, October 20, 2013 10:46 AM

Free advise: Be on Google+ with your business...

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Twitter is upgrading Direct Messages, and taking cues from Snapchat - Digital Trends

Twitter is upgrading Direct Messages, and taking cues from Snapchat - Digital Trends | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
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Twitter is upgrading Direct Messages, and taking cues from Snapchat
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Direct Messages are a crucial yet underdeveloped Twitter feature.
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Beer cocktails : a surprisingly tasty treat - Nelson Mail

Beer cocktails : a surprisingly tasty treat - Nelson Mail | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it
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We're talking about beer cocktails. It all started with a friend coming home from a holiday in Mexico, where he had found the perfect way to start his day: A michelada.
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UNITED KINGDOM: Now Spanish fishermen plot a blockade in Gibraltar feud

UNITED KINGDOM: Now Spanish fishermen plot a blockade in Gibraltar feud | Restaurant marketing | Scoop.it

he diplomatic war over Gibraltar deepened yesterday when Spanish fishermen threatened a sea blockade of the Rock, claiming Britain had “unleashed evil”.

 

The trawlermen demanded that an artificial reef in British territorial waters be removed or they would use up to 200 boats to closed down the Port of Gibraltar.

 

Spain’s government backs the fishermen, claiming the concrete block reef that has been placed in the Bay of Gibraltar is illegal.

 

But the Foreign Office dismissed the claims describing Spain’s stance over the status of the Rock as “wholly unacceptable”.

 

A spokesman said it was “doing everything” to support Gibraltar’s sovereignty.

 

The blockade threat came yesterday from fishermen in the Spanish border town of La Linea who unlawfully plunder the fish stocks in British territorial waters.

 

Leoncio Fernandez, of the La Linea Fishermen’s Association, said the reef was destroying their business and pledged to bring in the blockade.

 

He warned: “If these blocks are not removed within the next few days, they will soon realise the evil they have unleashed.

 

“We will speak out with our boats and nobody will be able to move us on.”

Fernandez said he had a fleet of up to 200 trawlers ready to take part, including fishing crews from the nearby ports of Algeciras and ­Estepona.

 

The reef, created last week when 70 concrete slabs were planted on the sea bed, was built to prevent illegal shellfish trawling by Spanish fishermen and to protect fish stocks, the Gibraltarian government said.

 

The blockade threat comes during a week of mounting animosity between Gibraltar and Spain.

 

Last weekend Spanish authorities deliberately stepped up checks at the border, stopping every one of 10,000 vehicles going to or from the Rock and the Spanish mainland and ­causing six-hour traffic delays in ­broiling summer temperatures.

Royal Gibraltar Police had to set up beachside holding areas while volunteers distributed water to drivers as the gridlock threatened to bring the Rock to a standstill.

On Thursday, three lorries carrying cement to expand the ­concrete reef project were turned back, a move Foreign Secretary William Hague called “wholly unacceptable”.

 

The Foreign Office yesterday summoned the Spanish Ambassador to raise concerns about the “wholly unjustifiable” border delays and seek assurances that there would be no repeat.

 

Junior minister Hugo Swire, said: “These delays are unjustified, unacceptable and have no place at a border between EU partners.”

 

Last night, a spokesman for the Gibraltarian government said that it was “taking all sensible precautions against the threat that Spanish fishermen will create a blockade”.

 

Gibraltar has been British territory since a treaty agreement in 1713.

 

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