Tips to Survive a COVID world.
This week's fresh serve of tips from around the globe to help the Catering and Restaurant Industry survive a COVID world.
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Post-COVID-19 Restaurant Marketing Themes to Help Your Business Bounce Back
As we begin to assess the realities of the Post-COVID19 (CV) world, businesses everywhere are facing an unprecedented challenge: how to survive and maybe even thrive amid this extraordinary "new normal,""
Restaurants and the entire hospitality industry are at the forefront of this challenge. Even as lockdown restrictions are eased, it's likely to be a long time before the dining experience returns to anything resembling the previous norm. Many experts believe that the industry has been irrevocably altered by the experience of living through the CV pandemic.
Want your small business to survive coronavirus?
Get busy, get creative and reopen now...
Communities around the country are slowly reopening for business, and that means opportunities for your small business. But you need to be creative and step up your marketing. And you have to do that soon.
When times are tough, smart small-business owners and managers discover opportunities among the obstacles.
More Than 50 Customers
Will Be Allowed Inside Sydney Restaurants, Cafes and Pubs from July 1
Since mid-May, Sydney's hospitality businesses have been allowed to reopen for dine-in customers. First, just ten customers were allowed in the door, with that cap moving to 50 from June 1. Now, the New South Wales Government has revealed the next phase for the industry — with number-specific limits being scrapped completely from July 1.
the state will instead move to the four-square-metre rule — which is already in place, but is currently accompanied by other exact caps on how many folks can be inside a certain spot at any one time. The change means that as long as NSW restaurants, cafes and pubs have at least four square metres of space for each customer, they don't need to work to a fixed limit when it comes to patrons.
Easing restrictions is better than wage subsidies
More Australians believe reopening pubs, cafes and restaurants would deliver a bigger economic boost than extending wage subsidies and the temporary doubling of the dole, according to a new survey.
But increasing spending to find a cure or vaccine would have the greatest impact on reviving the economy from the coronavirus-induced recession, according to the Australian National University's Centre for Social Research and Methods survey respondents.
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