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Classified PROFIT TURNAROUND


• if you have a Restaurant / Hotel / Pub / Catering business that is NOT PROFITABLE and you need it turning around … and maybe even quickly… • we have a 30-year track record of Profit Turnaround


MAXIMISING PROFITABILITY


• if your Restaurant / Hotel / Pub / Catering business IS profitable, but NEEDS MORE PROFIT


• we will identify where it could be improved, and quantify that for you • we then work with you and your Team to consistently DELIVER those improvements


The above services are provided exclusively by David Hunter of


THE BOWDEN GROUP Please see www.bowdengroup.co.uk


Please call David Hunter directly on: 07831 407984 (or call 01628 487613) download the new “Bowden GPCalculator” iPhone App – make costing and pricing easy


PRODUCTS & SERVICES COMMERCIAL KITCHEN DESIGN


Calls may be monitored for staff training purposes


Contact us to advertise Tel +44 (0)20 7881 4832 E-Mail classified@thecaterer.com Web directory.thecaterer.com


CONSULTANCY EQUIPMENT


HOTEL MANAGEMENT


PRODUCTS & SERVICES


Cleaning and staff solutions


Maclean Services is the smart choice for your business


• Kitchen Cleaning • Kitchen Porters • Housekeeping • Room Attendants • Front of House Cleaning


Find out more: t: 020 7792 7865 / 07903 124 630 e: admin@macleanservices.co.uk www.macleanservices.co.uk


PROPERTY


20 YARDS TO BEACH – WEYMOUTH


Long established 3 star B & B. Glorious sea views. 8 Letting Rooms (7 en-suite). Dining Room. Residents Lounge. Owners Suite. Gas central heating. UPVC double glazing. Front and rear access. Well maintained in 20 year ownership. Retirement sale.


£449,500 125 YEAR LEASE Ref: H18004


88 | The Caterer | 28 April 2017


www.thecaterer.com

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