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LVA and VFI partner with Heineken for new recruitment campaign aimed at promoting bar work

LVA partners with Heineken and VFI in new recruitment campaign

LVA partners with Heineken and VFI in new recruitment campaign to show ‘There’s No Experience Like Bar Experience’ Monday, 26th June 2023: HEINEKEN, one of the most international brewers in the world, is joining forces with the Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) and the Vintners’ Federation of Ireland (VFI) to roll out a new cross-industry campaign […]

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Liberalising pub licensing will lead to pubs on every corner in cities and large towns - LVA

Government liberalisation of licences will lead to pubs on every corner in major towns and cities, while more rural pubs die off – LVA

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said that the Government’s decision to effectively liberalise the pub market from 2026 will eventually “see pubs on every corner in major towns and cities”. They also note that the Government’s proposal to allow anyone to apply for a pub licence will see more rural pubs “die off”, as

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BUDGET23: Energy Measures and cut to SEOs a boost to pubs and night time economy – LVA

The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) said the Government’s Budget announcements will be a boost for pubs and the night time economy, with energy grants and cuts on the cost of late night trading benefitting the sector. In the run up to the Budget, the LVA has been very vocal about the rising cost of energy

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Hospitality sector is facing significant inflation due to energy price rises and other costs. LVA seeking cut to Excise Duty to help address this issue

Cut in Excise a straightforward option for Government as hospitality sector faces major cost pressures – LVA

Grant assistance and price certainty on energy costs also essential The Licensed Vintners Association (LVA) has said the Government has the opportunity to use a “straightforward option” in cutting excise duty as the hospitality sector faces major, rising cost pressures. The LVA made their comment following the publication of the new Estimation of Costs of

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