With government support coming to an end for many, Chartered Accountants Wylie & Bisset is set to host a free Hospitality Hub to discuss what’s next for the industry.
The Wylie & Bisset Hospitality Hub webinar is scheduled for 2pm on Tuesday 1st September and will discuss some of the inspiring stories of change and success from many hospitality operators as well as a series of short presentations from high-profile speakers on the various challenges they have encountered during the coronavirus pandemic and how they have sought to overcome these obstacles.
Speakers include two of Glasgow’s renowned restaurateurs – John Quigley of the award-winning Red Onion in Glasgow city centre and Satty Singh of Mister Singh’s – as well as Linda MacLellan, owner of the renowned Bowmore Hotel on Islay, to give a hotelier’s perspective.
Wylie & Bisset funding specialists will also be on hand to offer a range of business and financial advice.
Donald McKinnon, managing partner at Wylie & Bisset, said: “With many operators of nightclubs, live music venues and late-night bars in Scotland warning of ‘financial Armageddon’ and significant redundancies without further UK government support in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, our Hospitality Hub will provide a timely opportunity for operators to discuss and explore these issues in detail.
“And we will be on hand to offer a range of business and financial advice to assist hospitality sector operators through this process.”
The plan is that the Wylie & Bisset Hospitality Hub will provide operators with a regular monthly forum to discuss sector-wide challenges and opportunities amongst their peers at no expense. Any operators interested in joining this free event can do so by registering here firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information please contact Donald McKinnon on 0141 566 7000