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木製A4収納ラック高さ226~235cm幅71~80cm奥行31cm厚棚板
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What Does EASTER Mean
for Your Establishment?
Easter is of course an
observance of traditional
Christian faith, but in a
more secular context,
it is a four-day holiday
period across Australia,
enjoyed by people of
various or no particular
religious affiliation. By
Dave Upson, Managing
Director, Train My Venue
(online hospitality and tourism training).
For some hospitality outlets the big
question is – to trade or not to trade?
Some external factors that impact on this
decision may be:
What state or local government regulations
are there to determine your potential opening
hours?
How do staff penalty rates affect your
trading plan?
Some surveys demonstrate a dip in trade
at Easter – do you have local historical trends to analyse?
So if you are opening, what’s your strategy? Here are some
prompts that may help you decide on a plan:
It is an inherently family focussed time, so why not increase your
engagement with consumers with an Easter egg hunt, Sunday roast
special, double chocolate Easter themed dessert, or maybe a chocolate
based cocktail special.
Is there a major sporting event with enough local interest to warrant
big screen coverage and associated marketing activities? For a few
examples - it’s round one for AFL, Autumn Horse Racing Carnivals
in Melbourne and Sydney, the Brisbane to Gladstone Yacht Race,
Tasmania’s Three Peaks Race and the evergreen of Easter sporting
events – the Stawell Gift.
Festivals, cultural and sporting events may be the key driver for
trade in your area – what’s happening in your backyard? Do your
homework around your local area and try to build relationships with the
associations or groups of key influence.
So we wish you and your team all the best for Easter and would love
to hear what it means for your business www.trainmyvenue.com
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NEW SPIRITS COMPANY LAUNCHES
IN MELBOURNE
A new spirits agency, specialising
in handcrafted artisan products,
has launched in Melbourne.
Aptly named Artisan Handcrafted,
the new agency is backed by Mark
Rowe and his two sons Nathan
and Leigh of Paramount Liquor.
Its portfolio is committed to
marketing and bringing smallbatch, unique and handcrafted
spirits to the Australian market,
and currently offers a range of rye
whiskies, small-batch bourbon,
rums from the Dominican
Republic, premium vodkas, rare
gins and tequilas, all sourced by
the agency’s Sales Director, Georgina Wright.
“We’ve always had a history of importing products and are strong in
building brands, so we decided to do it ourselves. We have a love of
handcrafted artisan spirits and marketing for small producers, and now
we have the platform to do just that”, Georgina commented.
Artisan Handcrafted’s portfolio is available wholesale, through NILWA.
Please contact Georgina at [email protected] for
RRPs and more information.
NEW CHIEF SUPPLY OFFICER
JOINS TWE
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has welcomed Bob Spooner as its
new Chief Supply Officer, replacing Stuart McNab.
Previously, Mr. Spooner has worked in supply chain management
and was most recently the CEO of the UK brand, Hovis.
Mr. Spooner will be located to Melbourne this month and will
additionally spend time at TWE’s wineries and production facilities
locally and abroad.
drinks trade visit www.drinkstrade.com.au for daily updates
TAYLORS WINES PAVES THE
FUTURE WITH INNOVATIVE
THERMAL LABEL
LOOK OUT FOR YOUR NEW LOOK
drinks WEEKLY – drinks BULLETIN
Taylors Wines has developed a new and innovative label that is able to tell
its consumers when the wine has reached the correct temperature for
consumption, paving the way for future thermal
technology within the industry.
After discovering that the majority of Australian wine
drinkers serve white wine straight from the fridge,
and 1 in 5 even from the freezer, Taylors decided it
was important to come up with a label that could tell
the consumer when the temperature of the wine is
right for consumption.
The temperature sensitive panel features on the
back of the label, alongside a colour chart. Through
the use of thermochromic ink, as the temperature
of the wine changes, so does the panel, allowing
consumers to compare the colour on the panel
with the colour chart, which indicates when the
wine is too warm or too cold, and when the wine
is the ideal temperature for consumption – 6-8
degrees celsius for aromatic whites.
The new label is currently available on Taylors
Estate Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc wines.
For more information contact your Taylors Wines
representative.
Introducing drinks bulletin - an evolution of drinks weekly, the
industry’s leading digital publication.
Now delivering the most up-to-date news, releases and activity
not just straight to your inbox, but also online.
From Friday 13, you can access the most up-to-date news 24/7
at www.drinksbulletin.com.au, while the new look bulletin will
continue to deliver the biggest stories from the week to your
inbox first thing every Friday.
AUSTRALIA’S TRADE ONLY
DRINKS SHOW
The Drinks Industry Show is an exciting trade only event,
showcasing the best in wine, beer and spirits from around the globe.
The show will connect producers and distributers of alcoholic
beverages with the right buyers within the industry; bartenders,
sommeliers, restaurateurs and other hospitality professionals.
It will feature an interactive exhibition, taste testing, mixology
demonstrations, educational seminars and networking functions.
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Sydney Exhibition Centre
@ Glebe Island
17-18 August 2015
For more information and free registration
visit drinksindustryshow.com.au
E: [email protected]
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