The hospitality industry is facing a huge challenge caused by the global pandemic and the restrictions put in place to fight it. How to run a successful and safe pub, bar and nightlife business post-lockdown? What are the measures we need to take to survive and thrive in the changed hospitality landscape?

Now, more than ever, it's important to openly discuss these topics and find a way forward together. Singa Webinars invite the best people in the business to share ideas and best practices. Take a look below to see what's coming up or to catch up on content you may have missed.

How to run a successful and safe pub, bar and nightlife business post-lockdown?

Webinar 5: UK hospitality reopens: learnings, feedback and looking to the future

Experts from Greene King, Batemans Brewery and Thwaites Brewery joined us today to talk about what they have learnt since reopening their venues, what they might have done in hindsight and invaluable advice for anyone else in the industry.

Key points include; how to create a comfortable experience for your customers to make sure they return, the accelerated thinking around click and collect and how even though these times have been prescendented, the whole industry has been humanised.

Watch it again here

Webinar 4: How Technology Can Help You Reopen Safely

We spoke to London Cocktail Club, Paymentsense and Kobas about how savvy operators need to think out of the box and embrace technology to cut costs, reduce touch points and manage guest expectations. You can watch the webinar again here.

Webinar 3: How to boost sales safely with pre-bookings and pre-sales when the lockdown ends

We were joined by Amber Staynings, Founder, Bums On Seats, Melissa McMurdock, Founder, Out Out Entry and Linda Miles, Operation Director, All Star Lanes, to discuss ideas on how to boost sales safely with pre-booking and pre-sales for when the lockdown ends.

To listen to the top tips and advice for re-opening your venue you can watch this webinar here

Webinar 2: Life Beyond Lockdown: Insights into Competitive Socialising

Katy Moses of KAM Media gave our viewers insights into life post lockdown and how operators can use competitive socialising to generate much needed extra revenue with practical examples.

To find out what Katy had to say about creating a frictionless experience, using technology to embrace your customers experience and what consumers will expect from an experience post lockdown - you can watch the discussion again here

Webinar 1: How to Boost Sales Post-Lockdown with Competitive Socialising

Amber Taverns and Advocate Pub Group discuss how and why competitive socialising generates them extra revenue alongside Shufl, an entertainment provider who are looking at ways of adapting to support the hospitality industry.

The group openly discuss ideas on what entertainment and the industry as a whole could look like when the hospitality industry begins to re-open. For ideas on how to prepare, you can watch it again here