The Propel Friday Wrap

 

Mark Stretton, former leading sector journalist and now head of leading PR firm Fleet Street Communications, and Propel’s insights editor Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues facing the UK’s hospitality sector, with a leading sector operator or expert.

 

This week they are joined by James Horler, chief executive of Ego Restaurants and non-executive chairman of Ping Pong and Notes Music & Coffee, to discuss the three stages of the crisis so far, engaging with MPs over Tiers, working with landlords, looking after his teams, and a new nickname for Boris Johnson.

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Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Young’s chief executive Patrick Dardis

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with JD Wetherspoon founder and chairman Tim Martin

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Emma McClarkin, chief executive of the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA)

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Brandon Stephens, co-founder of Tortilla

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Fuller’s chief executive Simon Emeny

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Hawksmoor co-founder Will Beckett

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with serial sector investor Hugh Osmond

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Brasserie Bar Co chairman Mark Derry

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with UKHospitality chief executive Kate Nicholls

Mark Stretton and Mark Wingett discuss the week’s key issues with Alex Reilley, chairman of AIM-listed café bar operator Loungers