The Late Night Economy – Bouncing Back


Thursday 13th October 2022
The Late Night Economy – Bouncing Back


Poppleston Allen

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Poppleston Allen


Thursday 13th October 2022


5:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Poppleston Allen
The Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4AG

Date: Thursday 13th October 2022 from 5.30pm – 8pm.

Venue: Poppleston Allen, The Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, Kings Cross, London, N1C 4AG

The seminar provides 1.5 hour of professional CPD.

Available as an in-person event and on-demand video.

Click here to book tickets for the video recording of this event

The video recording of this event will be available to watch online the day after the event. Use the booking form below to book online access for the video recording. Please note: if you are attending the event in-person, you will be able to access the video recording as part of your booking.

The late night economy of pubs, bars, nightclubs and late night venues offering competitive socialising has staged an impressive bounce back from the Pandemic of 2020/2021 despite being the most impacted sector by government closures and restrictions.

New brands are emerging and existing operators evolving their customer offer and experience. Many more traditional leisure operators are trading into the later hours to maximise their revenues.

How will the future of the late night sector look and will regulators and the government support its growth.

The session will feature presentations from our panellists on the sector and their businesses.

We will then be joined by a panel of industry experts in the sector to discuss its evolution and recovery since the pandemic as well as opportunities and challenges in the market

The event will finish with networking drinks.

Silvana Kill of the NTIA will chair the panel discussion afterwards.


Silvana Kill – Director of Operations, Night Time Industries Association

Silvana has over 25 years working within the late night entertainment industry, and is an integral member of the leadership team at the NTIA, which lobbies government on behalf of nighttime industries across the country.

Her role includes strategy and licensing, as well as the development of entity formation and management, people lifecycle and membership experience. She has a deep cross cultural knowledge of the industry, with a proven history of inspiring both individuals and businesses through impactful experiences and creative collaborations.

Roger Payne – CEO, Enhanced Hospitality

Roger is a well-known London-based entrepreneur, hospitality expert and philanthropist with a background in licensing law, financial consultancy and high level catering.

Alongside being CEO and Founder of the consumer facing brand, Camden Dining, Roger is also CEO of trade roll-up organisation Enhanced Hospitality Ltd.

Roger’s holistic approach to fine dining establishments, where, under one umbrella it is possible to control every element of a business as well as for the customer to enjoy just a drink, a snack at a bar, a full dining experience or a complete evening including entertainment and/or dancing at any one of his venues.

Dawn Donohoe – MD – Nightcap PLC

Dawn has 20 years of senior leadership experience in the hospitality sector in London and major UK cities.

Kevin Norman – Head of Acquisitions – REKOM UK

Kevin is a highly experienced individual within the commercial, leisure and residential property industry. He has over 20 years experience covering all aspects of property, including asset and estate management, maintenance of buildings, lease renewals, rent & rates negotiations, fit out/refurbishments and specifically property & land acquisitions across the UK & Ireland.

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