Restaurants and Covid-19 do not mix. Or do they? There's a ray of hope in the restaurant industry, and that's thanks to some startling news from China.
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The second part (of this two part series), where we explore virtual kitchens further, from incorporating one to your existent restaurant to creating one from scratch.
In this two-part series, we'll analyse what are virtual kitchens, what are their advantages, and why you should launch one.
The delivery world is so fragmented that, by being present on just one delivery app, even if that app is the leader in the market, you could be in front of just one third of your market. Don't leave money on the table and check this article out now.
A virtual restaurant is, effectively, a restaurant kitchen that doesn't offer dine-in service. Also called ghost kitchens, these venues simply offer take-away food that they promote with their online storefront and menu. As more and more of these restaurants open shop, the need for traditional brick-and-mortar eateries to be online is absolute.
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