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How Silverchef executives are planning to tap AI
Senior executives from Australian financial services organisations Silver Chef, Mercer and Valiant discuss how they are looking to use artificial intelligence in shaping customer and business propositions.
Delivering customer insight without cognitive bias, adding value to the in-moment experience and building commercial value are just some of the ways financial services executives believe artificial intelligence is going to transform their sector.
How Restaurants Get the Most Out of Google My Business
Most restaurateurs know that Google My Business is an increasingly important marketing and promotion feature of the Google search results page. However, few often realize that Google regularly adds new features to the service making it crucial for restaurant managers to stay up to date about the latest developments in order to remain competitive.
This post highlights the new features and provides tips for optimizing a restaurant Google My Business profile.
Are food-delivery apps and 'dark kitchens' the death of dining out?
Restaurants are scrambling to adjust as change sweeps the dining landscape across major cities.
Online delivery platforms have dug their heels into the Australian market and they're changing the restaurant business and our eating habits in a way that hasn't been seen since McDonald's introduced the country to fast-food in the '70s.
Industry joins forces to tackle homelessness
StreetSmart, the organisation which aims to tackle homelessness around Australia, is joining up with hospitality industry leaders to kick off its 15th and biggest Christmas campaign, DineSmart.
This year sees new sponsors and partners on board as well as new restaurants and a revamped fundraising model, CEO Adam Robinson, is hoping to raise at least $250,000 for homelessness projects during the campaign which is running from November 24 to December 24.