Heineken Fined £2M For Making UK Pubs Sell Unreasonable Amounts Of Beer

A pub group owned by drinks giant Heineken has been fined £2million by the Pubs Code Adjudicator for breaching the code over a period of three years.

 

Miami Craft Beer Brewer Sics Its Lawyers On Heineken In Battle Over Trademark

David Beckham's new professional soccer team had dubbed Biscayne Bay Brewing Co.'s product as the Official Craft Beer of Inter Miami, but the contract has since been terminated at the team?s request.

 

Cost-cutting A Priority For Heineken’s New Broom

The coronavirus pandemic has been a baptism of fire for new Heineken CEO Dolf van den Brink, who took over from Jean-Francois Van Boxmeer on 1 June at the apex of the global lockdowns.

 

Heineken Reports 9% Mean Gender Pay Gap

Brewing business Heineken has reported a mean gender pay gap of 9% for average hourly pay as at April 2019 The organisation, which currently has 2,400 employees, reported its gender pay gap data in li

 

Heineken Africa Foundation Partners With Wateraid

The HEINEKEN Africa Foundation has announced that, through its operations in South Africa, it is supporting WaterAid`s emergency response to the pandemic with a donation of over €200 000 (R4-mill

 

Heineken Brewed With Green Energy In The Netherlands

Heineken beer sold in the Dutch market is now completely brewed with green energy: through the use of wind turbines, solar panels and biogas.

 

Heineken South Africa Women’s Month Entrepreneur

This #WomensMonth, Heineken South Africa has partnered with Bizcommunity to showcase the phenomenal work and impact of women entrepreneurs like Divya Vasant...

 

How Heineken’s Using The Biggest Ever Non-alcoholic Beer Sponsorship To Grow The Category

Heineken recently announced a huge gear change in its alcohol marketing by entering into ?the largest ever single sponsorship deal involving a non-alcoholic beer brand?, replacing Amstel as a Uefa Eur

 

Heineken Cautious On Outlook After June Pick-up

The company said Europe, Mexico and South Africa had led the sales decline, while its large Vietnam market fared better.

 

Update 1-heineken Cautious On Outlook After June Pick-up

Heineken saw a gradual recovery in its business after global COVID-19 lockdowns in April, but uncertainty over the future impact of the pandemic left it unable to give a forecast for the rest of the y