Around the world, the restaurant industry has been among the hardest hit economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. Not surprising, restaurant owners are anxious to get back to business and earn income, but many still fear virus outbreaks and how they might affect reopening plans.
With restaurants slowly starting to re-open, many businesses are anxious to beef up their online ordering platform and to make their takeout service as efficient as possible in order to reduce profit loss and help support the return to normalcy in time.
Restaurants around the world are beginning to reopen or are in the process of formulating a plan to reopen. But what if diners aren't yet comfortable with the idea of dining in? Restaurant owners have much to consider, but there are some reliable ways to reduce costs during this reopening process.
All around the country, restaurants are beginning to make plans to reopen their restaurants, but opening for dine-in service is complex. The following guide is designed to help restaurants develop their reopening process and address everything needed to protect staff and safely serve diners again.
The COVID-19 lockdown has left restaurants all over the world with more downtime than they imagined possible. Some restaurants have completely shuttered or reduced their businesses during the pandemic, however they can still use their downtime to promote and grow their business.
Marketing may not come naturally to many restaurant owners and managers, but a solid grasp of the basics can be the difference between a full house and a distinct lack of customers. These five creative ways to market your restaurant online can increase your likelihood of success, positioning you to drive revenue and please customers.
Do you want to enter the Virtual Kitchen space but don't have a brick-and-mortar restaurant? Don't worry! Here are the 5 crucial steps you need to start your virtual operations from scratch.
The swift spread of COVID-19 has changed the world. Nonessential businesses are closed, and millions of people are out of work. With social distancing rules keeping customers from filling tables, restaurants have found themselves with mounting costs and nowhere to turn. Some restaurants made the decision to shut down and hope for the best, but others are working to keep their doors open.
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.
Have a look at the trends, highlights and learnings of RC Show Toronto 2020.
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.
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