Here’s what you need to know to start your week
- New York State Liquor Authority is set to release a new set of rules regarding fees associated to delivery
- The new rule could either reduce income from fees or require the delivery services be listed on every liquor license they deliver for
Just last week, we brought you the story about GrubHub’s alleged predatory behavior against its on clients. Now, the New York Post is reporting that the state’s liquor control agency is crafting new rules that will drastically change the way delivery services operate in their industry. While nothing is certain yet, there are two likely possibilities for the new rules. One would restrict the amount of income the companies can make off of the fees from the delivery of alcohol. The other would require each company to be named on each liquor license that they end up delivering for.
We don’t have to tell you how much of a rift the second would cause in the delivery of alcohol. The process of obtaining a liquor license is hard enough, adding another party complicates things greatly. When it comes to decreased income from their fees, it could cause the companies to ratchet up their own fees to compensate. Either way, it might be time to think about how you can simplify your delivery process without the need for outside providers.
- CEO of Brown-Forman Lawson Whiting goes against industry leaders sentiment that the craft distillery market isn’t as strong as they say
- He discussed the strengths of brands like Brown-Forman to outlast the industry disruption
- BevMax has launched their new ecommerce website
- Contact us today to learn how you can get a website that takes your store to the next level