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Will hospitality still see a skills shortage?​

This question is as relevant now coming out of the lockdown as it was four years ago when Brexit was voted for by the people. In 2016, EU nationals represented between 12% to 24% of the workforce in the hospitality sector

Top tips to be a freelance chef today

What is it like to be a self-employed chef today?

Clyde, chef working through Brigad for over two years, is talking about being an independent chef in London nowadays.

UPDATED: Financial support for your businesses

Whilst shops, bars and restaurants have started to open again, we are still far away from ‘business as usual’. Below we dig with our partner Coconut  into the financial support still currently available to self-employed people, small business owners and the hospitality industry as a whole.

LAST UPDATE : 25th September 2020

How to keep trading safely with new regulations

The government has announced a curfew of 10pm for restaurants, bars and pubs from Thursday (24th) with compulsory table service. For hospitality operators, this decision is a major blow for the industry and would need to be followed by support measures from the government.

LAST UPDATE : 25th September 2020

Will hospitality still see a skills shortage?​

This question is as relevant now coming out of the lockdown as it was four years ago when Brexit was voted for by the people. In 2016, EU nationals represented between 12% to 24% of the workforce in the hospitality sector

Valter Bianchi, Chef

Valter Bianchi, a chef from Brazil is sharing his experience and journey with Brigad

Simple steps to a successful social strategy​

What should you post? How do you do it time efficiently? These easily actionable ideas & tools will provide structure to your social media strategy. As well as providing tips on remaining visible through Covid-19.

Help and support from government for Business

The current situation has impacted many of the businesses in the UK. Brigad has gathered some information that could potentially help you gain some benefits and advantages in crisis that we are all going through right now.

#HospitalityUnited : Our support program to hospitality businesses

As announced by the government, restaurants, bars and pubs will stay closed until further notice. Therefore, we have decided at Brigad to launch a new program to support and help hospitality businesses called #HospitalityUnited. This program will gather information and guidance to help you with your business, teams or finances.

A press request?

Contact florence.boyer@brigad.co who will be happy to discuss with you and answer your questions.

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