Over 5,000 attendees – representing the UK’s best restaurant, pub and bar operators – were out in force at Casual Dining show last week (27-28 February).
2019 is already set to be a record year for Casual Dining show, as it announces its free Keynote line-up featuring some of the biggest names from the nation’s best casual dining operators.
Latest figures from global information company The NPD Group show casual dining continues to grow in Britain. Many operators – especially newer, challenger brands – are continuing to focus on expansion despite high-profile closures and re-structuring that some have described
According to new research from global information company The NPD Group, Britain’s casual dining revolution shows no sign of slowing down. Citing figures from Britain’s eating-out foodservice market (known as out-of-home or OOH), the NPD Group says casual dining sales
Foodservice industry figures from global information provider The NPD Group show that casual dining chains are winning in the customer satisfaction stakes. For the year ending March 2015, consumers said they felt ‘strong overall satisfaction’ in 77% of visits to
Foodservice industry figures from global information company The NPD Group show casual dining as of year ending March 2014 has increased annual traffic by 11.6% compared to five years ago. That means 47m more visits to casual dining restaurants now than
Discount retailers are currently expanding aggressively and are significantly changing the out-of-town retail landscape, according to Knight Frank’s recent out-of-town retail and leisure research report. Leading discount retailers have some of the highest profit margins within the retail sector. Customers