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Notes for editors 
Notes for editors
1. The ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers) is the only national trade body dedicated to representing the interests of licensed hospitality operators.
2. The ALMR’s membership – pub, club, bar and casual dining operators – run 26,000 outlets and employ over 650,000 employees, together they account for almost all managed pubs in the UK as well as leading casual dining chains and nightclubs.
3. Two-thirds of our members are small independent companies operating 50 outlets of fewer under their own branding, but our membership also includes some of the largest high street operators including: JD Wetherspoon, Spirit, Casual Dining Group and Carluccio’s, with well-known branded outlets such as: All Bar One, Slug & Lettuce, TGI Fridays, Wahaca, Wagamama and Harvester.
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Business need decisive Government support

April 12, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 218

ALMR Press Notice 12.04.2017 Business need decisive Government support Responding to the publication of the latest Coffer Peach Business Tracker, the ALMR has reiterated that rising costs could undermine recent sector success and encouraged the Government to back the UK’s licensed hospitality Read More

Hospitality must be at forefront of discretionary relief.

April 7, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 236

ALMR Press Notice 07.04.2017 Hospitality must be at the forefront of discretionary relief The ALMR has cautioned that licensed hospitality businesses not eligible for sector-specific relief, particularly restaurants, must be at the forefront of the Government’s plans for discretionary business Read More

Businesses must have support and guidance on Apprenticeship Levy

April 6, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 195

ALMR Press Notice – 06.04.2017 Businesses must have support and guidance on Apprenticeship Levy Following the implementation of the Apprenticeship Levy, the ALMR has called on the Government to provide guidance and clarity for businesses affected by the scheme. The ALMR will also be working with Read More

ALMR leading voice for UK licensed hospitality

March 30, 2017 • Press Releases • Views: 216

ALMR Press Notice ALMR leading voice for UK licensed hospitality The ALMR has moved to reassure the UK’s licensed hospitality sector following the triggering of Article 50. The ALMR has been the primary voice of the out-of-home sector in dialogue with the Government highlighting the concerns of Read More