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ICRTouch proudly sponsors the 2024 National Pub & Bar Awards

We’re delighted to announce that ICRTouch are proud sponsors of the National Pub & Bar Awards for the second year running!

Here at ICRTouch we’ve specialised in creating intuitive EPOS solutions specifically for the hospitality sector for decades and are proud to have supported thousands of pub and bar businesses over the years. Developed over the past 20+ years, our solutions are designed with ease of use in mind, in order to completely streamline day-to-day business operations for hospitality business owners.

National Pub & Bar Awards logo 2024

The National Pub & Bar Awards take place annually to recognise and reward the most outstanding hospitality businesses across the whole of the UK. Many of the winners from 2023 utilise ICRTouch EPioS solutions to help them improve efficiency within their businesses, including The Fighting Cocks, a county winner local to our HQ here on the Isle of Wight.  

“We take great pride in the success stories of the hospitality businesses we’ve had the privilege of supporting over the years, and are delighted to be a part of the National Pub & Bar Awards team for the second year in a row. We recognise the integral, positive impact that pubs and bars have on our communities and we’re excited to help celebrate some of the UK’s very best venues.” 

– Colin Ringer, CEO, ICRTouch 

We are extremely proud to have supplied numerous award winners with our solutions and we’re looking forward to this year’s results.

Entries for the 2024 awards are now open until Friday 22nd March and can be submitted here.


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