Sunday, November 27, 2022

Support for pub owners in Lincolnshire and Rutland

Places are available on Business Lincolnshire’s programme that supports pubs across Greater Lincolnshire and Rutland to increase revenue and welcome new customers.

The Pub Diversification programme has been developed in partnership with the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership to help pub owners and managers across the county diversify their offerings.

Local pubs can use the programme to develop projects such as creating overnight accommodation, expanding into retail services, building additional facilities for walkers and cyclists, or even including motorhome hook-up points and electric vehicle chargers in car parks.

Cllr Colin Davie, Executive Councillor for Economic Development, Environment and Planning at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “Many businesses in the hospitality industry have struggled to survive in recent years, and this programme can really help them expand and thrive. By developing other income streams, pubs can be more robust and expand their services within the wider community.

“Our team of professionals will be helping pub owners and managers put a plan in place to help generate new ideas and introduce a fresh approach to the running of their business.”

As part of the programme, Business Lincolnshire is offering professional one-on-one advice and support, diagnostic help, as well as expert advice to help pub owners and managers create a tailored roadmap, taking their business to the next level.

There are a restricted number of places on the programme. To find out more about the programme and to register your interest, visit the Business Lincolnshire website here.

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