GigRealm joins the British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) as their latest Trusted Partner.

BII is the leading independent membership organisation with over 10,000 members. They represent provide their members with support to thrive and grow their businesses.

Steve Alton, CEO of BII said:

“Our members are facing exceptional trading challenges and will need every opportunity to grow their businesses. It is clear that customers are seeking experiences at the pub that cannot be replicated at home. Live music provides a unique customer experience that can help pub operators deliver a real point of difference to both retain and attract new customers. GigRealm provides a fantastic platform for our members making the process of finding and advertising live music acts effortless.”

Tom Brady, Co-Founder of GigRealm said:

“We’re proud to be a member of BII, providing their network of pubs and bars with access to live music. Customer demand for more experience-led offerings has never been higher. Many customers are looking for new ways to enjoy their night out and live music provides the perfect solution. Not only driving footfall but also sales for those businesses who choose to tap into this space.”


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