The organisations listed below all offer different services but aim to advise, support and help. Some offer financial and emotional support, whilst others promote best practice.
Promoting the sector so it is noticed and treated fairly, providing advice to protect commercial interests.
Championing issues that matter to the beer and pub industry from promoting beer as the nation's drink, to lobbying against increases in beer duty and business rates.
A pub can be the centre of community life and also provide essential services beyond the usual drinks, food or entertainment. Pub is the Hub has a specialist team that support communities and licensees.
Founded by BII Trustee and Chair of our London region, Greg Mangham, OAPA act as a conduit to help those people struggling to get into work. Helping overcome hurdles by finding jobs within the hospitality industry.
People who manage or work in pubs give a lot of time, energy and often compassion to their customers but don't always see much reward. LTC support hundreds of people facing a crisis with practical, emotional and financial support.
The Pubs Code Adjudicator is responsible for enforcing the statutory Pub Code. The Pubs Code regulates the relationship between all pub companies owning 500 or more tied pubs in England and Wales and their tied tenants.
BBN is an Accreditation Scheme with National Awards supported by the Home Office and the drinks industry which is aimed primarily at promoting responsible management and operation of alcohol licensed premises.
The PubAid Team works with press, broadcast media, social channels, MPs and others to showcase the great work that pubs and their customers do for charity, raising over £100m every year.
Do you want to increase revenues, reduce costs, acquire new customers and enter new markets? There's no better way to tackle these challenges than by collaborating with those who've done it all before.
Offering financial, social and emotional support. The BEN supports people of all ages who have worked in the licensed trade for at least 3 years full-time with beneficiaries receiving annual financial assistances as well as discretionary emergency grants.
From March 2020, The Benevolent became known as The Drinks Trust, and it continues to support the members of the drinks industry as it has since 1886, striving to enable the members of its community to thrive and succeed in their professions.
Drinkaware is an independent charity working to reduce alcohol misuse and harm in the UK. They aim to help people make better choices about drinking by providing impartial, evidence-based information, advice and practical resources.