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FindMyPub.com, the leased and tenanted pub recruitment arm of MyPubGroup has overhauled their recruitment systems to create a new industry-leading website and client platform for use by both pub applicants and pub companies.


RecruitForMyPub.com is delighted to be working in partnership with Wadworth a company with whom we have developed an excellent relationship with over the years through our sister site, FindMyPub.com.


On the 27th March 2019 MyPubGroup.LTD will deliver the industry’s first Virtual Recruitment Event. MyPubGo.com is a national online interactive event showcasing job vacancies, business opportunities and agreement types. The event will allow key service providers involved in the recruitment process to unite on a single platform to showcase the best of the hospitality sector.


Read the article published by the British Franchise Association in October 2018 as part of the Empowering Women in Business 2018.


FindMyPub.com has established itself as the premium recruitment service for the lease and tenanted sector. By constantly innovating our recruitment tools we ensure a simple, user-friendly service for existing and potential publicans who are looking for their perfect pub. The new search facility will ensure that our website continues to offer the best candidate experience.


MyPubGroup.ltd is riding high on the wave of innovation with no sign of slowing down. Following the recent launch of their new market intelligence tool, MyPubDNA, September will see the launch of their crucial fourth service for the trade, SellMyPub.com.


Ei Publican Partnerships is working with MyPubGroup.ltd on a new recruitment portal, MyPubDNA, as part of its ongoing digital enhancement project designed to support the recruitment of prospective publicans



The Mutton Club talk to Helen Lees who took her passion for the brewing industry and turned it into her own business, MyPubGroup.ltd, to provide recruitment solutions for the pub and bar trade. (Published in Mutton Club, December 2017)


How pub recruitment company FindMyPub.com found one couple their dream job


With Brexit looming, and the possibility of the freedom of EU migrants being restricted in the future, the Scottish pub and restaurant trade could soon be facing an employment dilemma.


FindMyPub.com was posed the question - How do you use your website/database? What do you think it’s advantages and disadvantages are? What is it for? Here is our response


Finding the perfect hospitality industry candidates has just got a whole lot easier thanks to new jobs website www.FindMyPubJobs.com


We all know the feeling. You come across the property you’ve been searching for – then find that someone has just beaten you to it. Now, such frustration might be a thing of the past thanks to a new initiative launched by FindMyPub.com after a two-year research and development programme.


One of the country's leading companies that specialise in bringing together potential pub operators and existing publicans to fill vacancies in the hospitality and pub industry has announced a senior appointment to strengthen its leadership team


A pub recruitment firm is hoping to pour more opportunities into the Scottish pub sector by launching a brand-new platform to help all would-be publicans to find and run a successful pub business and for pub companies to recruit new staff.


The attacks over weekend have come as a particular shock to the pub and bar industry, a bastion of Western culture left previously untargeted in the war on terror.


How pub recruitment company FindMyPub.com found one couple their dream job


During the last decade, UK consumers have become a nation of casual diners and drinkers, but with fierce competition from cafés, chain restaurants and upmarket gastropubs claiming some of the spotlight, the everyday pub business has to work harder than it ever has to claim its share of customers and to keep them coming back for more.


The pub sector in Scotland is facing its fair share of challenges, comments Helen Lees, Managing Director of www.FindMyPub.scot.