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IoL Licensing Clinic - PUB19 17th December 2018

The IoL will provide a licensing clinic at  PUB19  for the first time this year with support from key IoL directors and members who will join the UK's only dedicated pub show at Olympia London on 5th and 6th February 2019.  Information and advice given as part of the IoL Licensing Clinic will be informal and will not constitute legal advice and IoL accept no liability for the advice given.


Now in its fifth year, the show will welcome thousands of pub operators and owners through the door on Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th February 2019. PUB19 offers an invaluable opportunity to meet with over 200 suppliers and learn about the latest trends from across the country’s dynamic pub sector. The show will feature a line-up of over 50 expert industry speakers in a packed timetable of talks and workshops, alongside a host of ideas and insight to help drive operators’ businesses forward next year.


Together with show favourites and mainstays such as the PUB Theatre, the PUB Trends Bar, in partnership with Fever-Tree and The Taproom, there are a number of new features at this year’s show:


• The Barcade – the show’s central networking hub and the place to meet up, grab some lunch or simply sip a beer. Visitors can also take advantage of a variety of bar games such as pool, fruit machines and shuffleboard.

• The PUB Trends Report – visitors will be able to grab a copy of an exclusive report providing the latest consumer insight for the UK pub industry. Six-pages of market data, commentary on emerging trends and an analysis of challenges and opportunities for food and drink retailers. 

• The 2019 PUBcasts – curated in partnership with award-winning beer writer and broadcaster, Emma Inch, this series of podcasts – or PUBcasts – are packed with insight to help operators wrap their heads around key industry topics.

• Thirsty Business – a dedicated drinks area, Thirsty Business will play host to The Trends Bar, in partnership with Fever-Tree and The Taproom, as well as feature a wealth of drink-specific exhibitors including Halewood International, Drinks Cluster Wales and Hofmeister to name a few. 


PUB19 Commercial Manager, Alex Booth, said: 


“Last year we welcomed a record number of visitors to the show and it has firmly become a key date in the UK pub industry calendar. With such a vibrant and exciting line-up of features, sessions, speakers and suppliers planned for 2019, this year’s event is set to be even bigger and better. 


“Our aim as always is to demonstrate just what a fantastically diverse and dynamic environment the UK pub sector has become, and we’re sure that visitors will leave the show with a wealth of new information and insight to help them grow their businesses throughout 2019. We look forward to seeing you there!” 


Kate Nicholls, Chief Executive of UKHospitality, said:


“PUB19 is always the most vibrant trade show in the pub industry calendar and every year it gets bigger and better. As the leading trade association for pubs, we’re delighted to be involved with a show that looks to support and inspire operators of all sizes and look forward to being part of this exciting event once again.”


Headline speakers this year will include, David McDowall, CEO Retail at BrewDog and Wetherspoon’s Chairman Tim Martin. The full line-up will be announced in the coming weeks.


To register and keep up-to-date with the latest news and information on PUB19, visit thepubshow.co.uk, or follow @PubShowUK on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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