As we all sit at home doing our part to flatten the curve, there’s a plethora of things we could work on. Watch the entire Star Wars saga. Take up knitting. Brush up on a foreign language. This goes both ways: Consumers are looking for new ways to be engaged from home and we, as business owners, are looking for ways to get in front of our existing audiences and to build new ones. A company, a digital asset marketplace, relatively new, is always looking for ways to get in front of as many users as possible, that’s become even more important in recent weeks.
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The demand for food delivery from restaurant customers has steadily climbed in the past years, and restaurants are facing a tough decision when it comes to accommodating this guest preference: is it a better idea to sign up with a third-party delivery service or invest in developing a delivery channel just for my restaurant?
When it comes to choosing how to incorporate delivery into your restaurant operations, restaurateurs have two options: build your own delivery system through your website or phone, or sign up with a third-party delivery vendor to facilitate the delivery process in your restaurant.
In an era of convenience, online ordering systems, self-service kiosks and mobile platforms have become key to give the customers what they crave the most: a fast, personalized and convenient food experience. With the number of digital orders on the rise, restaurants should dig into their options in terms of takeout, delivery, and other off-premises ordering methods.
Whatever you decide, it’s crucial to have as much data on your delivery operation as possible. Working with third-party delivery services can give you transparency into your sales figures, platform performance and best sellers, so you can optimize delivery, easily.
An increasingly popular alternative to in-house delivery is to utilize a third-party delivery service. These platforms can give thousands of new customers access to a restaurant’s products, increase brand visibility in their area and allow them to ring up sales for off-premise dining. For restaurants struggling after the COVID-19 dining room shutdowns, third-party delivery partnerships could be the difference between staying open and being forced to shut down.
There is little doubt COVID-19 has hit the hospitality majorly, however in this article, we attempt to share some tips on how some food and beverage businesses can modify and adapt to the transitional changes that can come with ongoing restrictions and snap lockdowns.The eventual keys to success include preparation and flexibility which will majorly contribute to being a successful resilient business.
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