Karen Bosher is the MD of Greene King, one of Britain’s largest and longest-established brewery and pub chains. The company’s been running since 1799 so they’ve faced many challenges down the years but, as Karen explains, nothing quite like what 2020 has thrown at them. The British pub is more than Continue Reading
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