Foursquare Group has further cemented its reputation as the North West’s leading support provider for the independent hospitality sector with the launch of its latest offering, Pilla.
This revolutionary product will save both time and money, take the headache out of business management and ensure that staff always know what needs to be done – allowing operators to keep their focus squarely on providing superb service to their customers.
Designed by a team of hospitality experts, Pilla is a unique two-part compliance and operations solution:
- Part One: A comprehensive online platform covering all aspects of compliance to help hospitality businesses fulfil their EHO and legal requirements.
- Part Two: A bespoke Management Diary detailing all daily compliance and operational tasks.
Rejecting a ‘one size fits all approach’, Pilla is uniquely-tailored to the processes and needs of each individual business and is designed specifically for smaller independents without a large supply chain.
At the time of the official launch, Pilla is already being utilised by nearly 100 hospitality venues across the North West, including high-profile clients such as Leaf, Maray, Bean Coffee, Salt House Bacaro, and Sandinistas.
Foursquare Group is also an independent business and was founded in January 2019 with one simple aim: to make it easy for independent hospitality businesses to thrive.
Liam Jones, Founder of Foursquare Group, said: “The whole team is delighted to bring Pilla to the hospitality community. At Foursquare Group, we strive to make the biggest positive impact possible on our clients and Pilla makes a big contribution towards that.
“This product means that any business in the industry can manage compliance and operations with just a fraction of the time and money spent previously. We’ve built Pilla with ease-of-use in mind at every step. There are no barriers or obstacles to using the Platform or the Diary so every member of staff is fully engaged.“ Over the next six to twelve months, we will be investing to connect with as many independent hospitality operators as possible in the North and then nationally from 2023.”