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Following the success of PUB19, the final episode of the 2019 PUBcast will be looking at the top highlights of the show.

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During the two days of the show, award-winning broadcaster Emma Inch interviewed various high-profile speakers, who shared their thoughts about the current pub scene. Hear from Jess Mason discussing the interesting findings of the PUB Trends Report; Tim Martin expressing his thoughts on the main challenges and opportunities the contemporary pub world is facing; James Nye sharing his success and tips for how others can grow their business; as well as Peter Martin and Brigid Simmonds discussing what pub operators can look forward to over the coming months. 

“The best advice about growing is to have good people around you and trust them to run the business – if you look after your staff, they will look after the customers, then you will have a happy pub.” – James Nye

With exhibitors being an important aspect of the show, exhibiting companies shared their experiences and thoughts of how well PUB19 has worked for them. Some of them have exhibited in previous years, such as Bedlam Brewery and Celtic Marches Beverages, and for some, this was their first year at the PUB show, including Hofmeister and Bark Snacks.

“We’ve never done an exhibition before, so we weren’t sure what to expect but we have been busy from half 10 straight the way through to half 3… We’ve got lots of orders secured already and lots that we’re expecting in the next week.” - Bark Snacks

The PUB show has the ability to bring people together from across the industry, allowing them to network, pick up useful information and make important links that will improve their business. But what did this year’s visitors, exhibitors and speakers say the key takeaway from PUB19 was?

Listen to Episode 6 of the 2019 PUBcast to find out!

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