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Raising The Bar – A Stampede Report

It’s no secret that pubs and bars in the UK are struggling, and that many have been forced to close their doors. Challenges include rising alcohol taxes, changes to business rates and a new generation that doesn’t drink as much. That’s the narrative at least, and it’s why CAMRA continues its commendable ‘Save the Local’ […]

ONS Reveals Hotel & Restaurant Decline Vs 2018

The Consumer Trends report for Q2 2019 report, revealing that consumer spending on restaurants and hotels is down vs Q2 2018. Stampede worries that this decline is now becoming a trend

Amazon’s Fringe Festival pop-up is no laughing matter

Edinburgh is the latest city to play host to the e-commerce giant’s pop-up stores, as part of its continued efforts to support budding online retailers – or so it claims.

The Restaurant Food Delivery Wars

While JustEat and Uber Eats fight for their share of the turf – restaurants can capitalise

Montpeliers launches Fringe Festival Cocktail Club with Stampede

Stampede, the marketing analytics start-up, and Montpeliers have announced the launch of a unique digital marketing promotion for the Fringe festival.

Edinburgh Festival Pairing for Montpeliers and Stampede

Montpeliers teams up with Stampede in bid to sell more than 25,000 cocktails during the Fringe with its ‘Cocktail Club’

Comment: Amazon Clicks and Mortar Scottish Store

Amazon is set to open a physical pop-up store in the heart of Edinburgh during the International Festival. It will showcase e-commerce store products in a physical environment as part of a UK wide tour. Patrick Clover, founder and CEO of Stampede, argues this is a “sign of a guilty conscience”.

TechRound Interview with Patrick Clover

A short, sharp interview with Daniel Tennenbaum of TechRound. They discuss the latest market research carried out and why Stampede exists to help make WiFi better for everyone.

Hospitality connectivity in focus

The hospitality industry is ramping up its investment in robust connectivity to give customers the service they expect. But in-building coverage can still pose a challenge.

Stampede launches “Wi-Fi Stories” to revamp outdated guest Wi-Fi

Stampede launches “Wi-Fi Stories” to revamp outdated guest Wi-Fi and eliminates paper Stampede, the smart Wi-Fi and marketing analytics start-up, today announced the launch of its brand new “Wi-Fi Stories” feature – initially available on a free trial period. The Instagram-style stories feature is a unique digital channel for venue owners to display promotions, deals […]

GDPR uncertainty remains a year on

Hospitality businesses can take opportunity to build more effective marketing databases, writes software developer Patrick Clover

Research Found Gen Z Abandons Pubs and Clubs

Stampede, the Scottish start up that helps public venues turn their guest Wifi into a marketing platform, today released the results of new research into the habits of people in the UK going out pubs, bars, cafés and restaurants – having surveyed more than 2,000 British residents.

Founders Series: Patrick Clover, Founder and CEO of Stampede

The latest in the Founders Series, our CEO Patrick Clover talks to High Growth Scotland about the business and what makes him tick.

New research has revealed Brits only try new food and drink venues 1-2 times a year

New research has been revealed which gives a sneak peek into the eating and drinking habits of people across the country.

Brits really are creatures of habit, finds new report.

More than one-third (38%) of Brits only try new venues to eat or drink at less than once a year, according to new research from Stampede.

British public stuck in food and drink venue routine

British people only try new food and drink venues one to two times a year, according to UK hospitality Wi-Fi provider Stampede.

DEBATE: Does the Jamie’s Italian chain have only itself to blame for its demise?

Does the Jamie’s Italian chain have only itself to blame for its demise?

Patrick Clover, founder and chief executive of Stampede, says YES.

City dwellers more likely to have a pub they consider a ‘local’

A report by Edinburgh-based Wi-Fi provider Black has revealed that two thirds of pub customers in cities consider a pub their ‘local’ compared to just over half of people living in villages and towns.

Research reveals insight to British social routines.

Research reveals Brits only try new food & drink venues 1-2 times a year Millennials keeping “the local” tradition alive while Gen Z abandons pubs and clubs Stampede, the Scottish start up that helps public venues turn their guest Wifi into a marketing platform, today released the results of new research into the habits of […]

Up close and personal: Why WiFi might be the best way to direct marketing to your guests

A new cohort of tech start-ups are helping restaurants deliver the personalised experience customers are used to with Amazon and Netflix in the physical world of hospitality. Elly Earls reports