Commerce. The Barcelona Observatory for Commerce and Restaurants.
Commerce. The BCN Retail Lab is launched to personalise the digitalisation of commercial establishments.
COVID-19. The Catalan government has extended all measures in force affecting commerce and the restaurant and catering sector from Monday, 15 March.
The City Council and representatives of the bar and restaurant industry meet to strengthen and revitalise the sector
BAR AND RESTAURANT INDUSTRY. The representatives will work on amending the Government Measure for the support and boosting of the bar and restaurant industry, which will lead to the publication of a new version containing new actions...
COVID-19. The Catalan Government has extended all measures in force until 29 March but non-essential establishments and shops in shopping centres will also be able to open at weekends. Until now they could only open from Monday to...
Consumption. The new call-back service from the OMIC offers people support by phone.
RESTAURANTS. Published by the Restaurateurs’ Association, the book describes a hundred workers from the sector during the lockdown exit between May and July 2020.
COVID-19. The Catalan Government has extended all current measures until 15 March, but with some changes for the catering sector: the double table-service time periods have been eliminated, so catering establishments are open to...
COMMERCE. In Barcelona, 58% of the 145,000 people who work in the commerce sector are women. However, they only run 45.9% of the city's commercial establishments.
Update: reopening of shops in shopping centres and those with a sales area of over 400 square metres is now permitted
COVID-19. The Generalitat has extended all the measures in force since 8 February until 8 March, but with the incorporation of a degree of flexibility: shops in shopping centres and those over 400 m2 may reopen on weekdays.