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Simon Chaplin
Head of Pubs & Restaurants - London
Restaurants | 12/07/2018 16:21:17

Opportunity knocks for the growing independent

This article was originally published in Casual Dining Magazine in July 2018.

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Restaurants 12 July 2018

Opportunity knocks for the growing independent

The past few years have seen the restaurant property market reach dizzying heights, with brands all competing for new sites at premium prices across the country. However, this has also meant that independent operators rarely got a look in, having to consider secondary sites aw...

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Simon Chaplin
Head of Pubs & Restaurants - London
Childcare & Education 06 July 2018

Christie & Co hosts day nursery sector seminar for operators and investors

Together with the panel of expert guest speakers, an open format Q&A session was held which allowed the seminar’s attendees to weigh in and address any issues or changes they feel are impacting the industry as a whole and their own businesses. Along with my market overview ...

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By:
Sophie Willcox
Senior Business Agent - Childcare
Hotels 05 July 2018

Christie & Co hosts the Loop – Hotels event for women in hospitality

With our pan European hospitality team at Christie & Co composed mostly of women, we are always excited to celebrate our colleagues here and in the wider industry, aiming to support one another and build valuable relationships. It was a fantastic experience to host such acc...

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By:
Carine Bonnejean
Managing Director - Hospitality Consultancy
Dental Practices 03 July 2018

How accommodating for all levels of service can bring your dental practice to new heights

With an eight-figure price tag, buyers were naturally very keen to grill our client on the history of the group, its people, expansion opportunities, ethos and business model. It was an illuminating two days, not least because of the way the business was described by its owner...

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Simon Hughes
Managing Director - Medical
Pharmacies 03 July 2018

Going it alone - How do you get your foot on the ownership ladder?

At Christie & Co, 81% of the pharmacy applicants registered in our national database are first time buyers. As a first time buyer, it is important to ensure that you take a few key steps to understand the purchase process, thereby maximising your chances of getting onto the ph...

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Jassi Sunner
Senior Business Agent - Medical
Care 28 June 2018

The current state of the social care market and what the future might bring

It is no secret that the NHS and care sector has been under pressure for some time now and has been under some scrutiny in the media, but it is not immediately to obvious to the public, those who currently or may in in the future have to rely on social care services, what the ...

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Michael Hodges
Head of Consultancy - Care
Care 18 June 2018

Reduction of the Tier 2 visa caps a reassuring sign for the care sector

In our 2017 Adult Social Care report, Christie & Co highlighted that funding and staffing were the most critical issues for policy makers, with concerns compounded by uncertainty around immigration policies after the Brexit vote. However, these new plans to remove the cap for ...

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Michael Hodges
Head of Consultancy - Care
Pubs 15 June 2018

The next big thing – the multi-site regional pub operator

It’s taken some knocks over the years, none more so than in recent decades with government intervention and legislation, but the pub is once again proving to be as resilient as ever, taking back its place as the number one hospitality venue. Today we are seeing the pub rise...

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Simon Chaplin
Head of Pubs & Restaurants - London
Restaurants 15 June 2018

Independent operators discuss restaurant sector trends at industry roundtable hosted by Christie & C

From the in-depth conversations had at the event, three key themes emerged which operators highlighted as the most prominent to watch: developments in technology, consumer demands and trends, and the different routes for funding. The newest and most rapidly adopted technolo...

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Childcare & Education 14 June 2018

Has the Scottish nursery sector reached a crisis point?

The scheme to provide 1140 hours of funded childcare to all three and four year olds and some two year olds in Scotland by 2020 is just two years away, and despite the Scottish Government’s pledge of an extra £150 million a year to fund the scheme, private sector operator conf...

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By:
Emma Govan
Business Agent - Healthcare