Free Advice: NCB Smart Bar Launches

Wondering how to lower your pour costs? Schedule bartenders more effectively? Prevent sticky-fingered staff from pilfering your profits? Then sign up for NCB Smart Bar, the newest e-newsletter from Nightclub & Bar, premiering this month.

Smart BarEdited by Robert Plotkin, noted educator and author of 16 books on bar and beverage management, the bi-weekly newsletter delivers real-world how-to guidance on running a profitable bar. Plotkin is founder of BarMedia and a Contributing Editor to Nightclub & Bar magazine, and his expertise and lively delivery will immediately benefit your business.

To subscribe to this free e-newsletter, visit and click on Subscribe Newsletters.

NCB Smart Bar is the fifth e-newsletter from Nightclub & Bar, all of which are free to bar and club professionals. It joins NCB Mix, a bi-weekly e-newsletter covering all things mixology, from events and competitions to trends and new bar openings, and is edited by spirits and bar expert Jack Robertiello. NCB Nightclub Confidential dishes up the inside scoop on the nightclub industry every other Thursday, with reporting by Nightclub & Bar magazine Contributing Editor Sean Evans, along with Jeffrey Yarbrough and Amelia Levin checking in from around the country. NCB Promo Power is a weekly e-newsletter addressing all things promotions, from seasonal programs to ideas to jump-start sales on a slow night, and includes advice from experts on developing and executing dollar-driving promotions at your place. VIBE speaks to the chain beverage professionals and is related to the VIBE Conference. To check out past editions of these e-newsletters, go to and click on the Newsletters tab.

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