Finance

Finance

Whether you’re a budding entrepreneur with a bold idea for a new restaurant concept or a successful hotelier with plans to expand an already popular business, this section has all the latest news and trends in hospitality finance to help you on your way.

Box-ticking: Pitmans says businesses need to take steps to protect themselves legally when expanding

From start-up to global chain: Law firm provides hospitality checklist

By Luke Nicholls

Whether you are taking your restaurant from ‘pop-up to permanent’, starting an innovative new hotel concept or planning to open a new chain of destination bars, law firm Pitmans has provided seven top tips for entrepreneurs looking to avoid any legal...

Businesses are looking to alternative finance options to fund their growth aspirations and the UK market is changing to meet this need

Finding finance in hospitality: New alternatives

By Luke Nicholls

So, you’ve been turned away from the bank, run out of deep-pocketed friends and family and aren’t keen on giving away an equity stake in your company. Is all hope of securing finance to develop or expand your business lost? No. There are still plenty...

Sealing the deal: Private equity funding remains a great way to finance your hospitality business if you are looking to expand

Finding finance in hospitality: Private equity

By Peter Ruddick

From Piper Private Equity’s backing of Be At One and more recently Loungers to Graphite Capital’s management buy-out of Hawksmoor, there are private equity (PE) deals to be done in the hospitality industry but are they right for your business?

Breaking the banks: The bank manager that was once your best friend is now much more reluctant to deploy capital

Finding finance in hospitality: The banks

By Luke Nicholls

Most hospitality business owners will agree that bank lending isn’t the same as it used to be. Pre-recession, a budding entrepreneur with a bold idea for a new concept would often be given a blank cheque from the bank manager to support their ambitions....

City Pub Company currently operates six pubs in Oxford, Cambridge, Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath and Henley-upon-Thames

City Pub Company ploughs on with EIS-funded expansion

By Luke Nicholls

City Pub Company, the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS)-funded pub operator established by the team behind the Capital Pub Company, has unveiled plans to raise a further £10m to expand its estate of ‘individual’ pubs across the South of England.

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