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How to make Christmas stress-free while supporting the economy

Catering businesses suffering from the COVID-19 downturn have turned to at-home dining customers and the particularly clever ones have devised complete festive menus that can be brought to your door, including reheating and presentation instructions and even colouring-in kits for the kids.

Restaurant and Catering chief executive Wes Lambert says hundreds of restaurants and catering companies around Australia had done the “pivot” to hampers and other home delivery offerings after suffering the industry-wide revenue plunge of 60 per cent at the peak of the pandemic.

Have you considered this for your food business?

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How to make Christmas stress-free while supporting the economy Original story and image on news.com.au


Tips for Keeping Restaurants Afloat as COVID Cases Spike Original story and image on modernrestaurantmanagement.com

Tips for Keeping Restaurants Afloat as COVID Cases Spike

As the restaurant industry continues to grapple with understanding what the new normal looks like, there may be some hope.

New Marketing Tactics Can Help Reach Target Customers

It is no secret that marketing is a way for restaurants to keep up with loyal customers and engage with new ones. In fact, as digital platforms have become more prominent during the pandemic for ordering takeout and delivery, restaurants can use the time their customers spend on their smart phones to their advantage. By creating a social media presence, restaurant owners can utilize tools that these platforms offer such as localized advertising using demographic filters or using cookies and remarketing techniques to find repeating customers.

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How QSRs can pivot their marketing to join the holiday conversation

Less travel and in-person shopping could mean fewer moments for fast food, but savvy restaurant brands still have opportunities to join in on the season.

Quick-service restaurants (QSRs) also must gird themselves for the pandemic's effects on their businesses around the holidays — just as parts of the sector were seeing signs of recovery.

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How QSRs can pivot their marketing to join the holiday conversation Original story and image on marketingdive.com


Insurers seek legal options to avoid deluge of pandemic claims Original story and image on afr.com

Insurers seek legal options to avoid deluge of pandemic claims

Insurers are examining their options to avert a potentially ruinous deluge of business interruption claims, following a surprise NSW Court of Appeal ruling that deemed incorrectly worded pandemic exclusions policies to be void.

The ruling, which took insurers by surprise, will open the way for thousands of claims from mostly smaller businesses that were forced to close as a result of the coronavirus pandemic – such as bars, restaurants, retail stores and tourism operations – providing a lifeline to those businesses but potentially costing insurers hundreds of millions of dollars.

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