These days, guests have more opportunity to linger over a menu for minutes or even hours while they plan and anticipate on their own time. With no line behind them, the pressure for your guests to make speedy orders is gone, and they’ll be more inclined to get that extra menu item.
The retail landscape has been in a continuous state of flux for well over 20 years. From the threat of large chain stores to recent advances in mobile technology and the rise of eCommerce sites, retailers have had to adapt in response to a variety of trends and innovations in order to attract consumer attention. One of the most common ways small businesses are navigating these changes is by transitioning to selling online.
By offering your customers a variety of payment type options – both traditional and those brought about by emerging technologies, you will ultimately improve the experience your business provides and your bottom line.
A good marketing campaign starts with a marketing plan. Without one, you’re left to rely on luck and uncertainty, which can prove disastrous most of the time.
Future-proof your restaurant business with these 10 tips on how to survive post-pandemic adjustments.
Make sure to properly communicate that your business is always after the safety and good health of your staff, customers, and your other stakeholder.
Now is the time to consider using online tools and other available technologies for several functions within your business.
Read this article to find out more how you can start creating a crisis management plan that is specifically designed for your hospitality business.
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