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Eat Out to Help Out

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There was great news for the industry when the government announced its new “Eat Out to Help Out” scheme for August 2020. This month will see participating venues offer diners a 50% discount on non-alcohol items, capped at £10 a head, Monday to Wednesday, subsidised by the Treasury.

Promoting bums on seats in the quieter parts of the week, we’re […]

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Eat in or takeaway?

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As a QSR customer, I’m used to being asked whether I’m going to eat in or takeaway. There are two main reasons why we are asked this.

The first is that a sale item’s recipe might change slightly if it is to be taken away. For instance, plastic cutlery may be added to a boxed salad, or a paper cup to […]

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Customer Facing Allergen Identifier

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Widely reported in the general
press, the government has recently introduced a law requiring food businesses
to include full ingredients on labelling of pre-packaged food. Known as
Natasha’s Law, in memory of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse who died following an allergic
reaction in 2016, it aims to protect the 2 million people in the UK living with
a food allergy.

At Kobas, we know how important it
is […]

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Exhibition Schedule 2019

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Kobas are thrilled to once again be exhibiting at various shows this year, including the upcoming Casual Dining Show at ExCel London on the 27th and 28th of February.

Our team will be present to showcase and demonstrate our complete Kobas suite; from our cutting-edge EPoS, our new Stock control system, rotas, HR, and customer loyalty. We will also be demonstrating our newest […]

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Inn Style Integration

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At Kobas, we bring together your EPoS, stock, and HR to provide a seamless operational system, yet also integrate with a number of other third-party systems to provide email marketing, accounting (Sage and Xero), payroll, and an online ordering solution.

Today, we are delighted to announce our newest integration with Inn Style, at no extra cost to our clients.

Inn Style is a reservation management system […]

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2018 Autumn Report

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Holiday season is over, and the world of technology for hospitality is certainly being rustled by the winds of change. The wider hospitality market continues to feel pressure, but we have plenty of interesting new concepts reaching out to us, and important Kobas news too.

2018’s third quarter saw plenty of Kobas installations, but sadly enough venue closures to prevent any […]

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Latest Kobas Venues – 2018 Q3

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Working at Kobas puts us in a wonderful cross-over space between London’s web technology scene and the UK’s burgeoning hospitality industry. That means we get to work with fascinating new technology to constantly improve the Kobas platform, and it also means we get sneak previews of hundreds of bars, pubs, cafés, clubs, and restaurants.

As ever in these updates, we look […]

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A Brasserie, in the Palm of London

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Last week we installed into the lovely Palm Court Brasserie. Serving up Parisian-style French cuisine and fitted with a 1920’s décor, it’s located in the heart of London’s popular Covent Garden. This the third of eight venues belonging to the Maxwells Group following our installs into Maxwells and Boulevard Brasserie with the others to follow later this year.

As usual, […]

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2018 Spring Report

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2018 Spring Report

The last quarter has proved to be nicely balanced at Kobas, with good progress on many fronts. We’ve made exciting improvements to both EPoS and Kobas Cloud, alongside a sturdy 7% net growth in Kobas EPoS venues and 9% net growth in Cloud venues in the first quarter of 2018.

Industry Heartbeat

All is not well on the high street. […]

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