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How COVID-19 Has Changed Consumer Behaviour
Learn how COVID-19 has changed consumer mindsets and behaviour towards ecommerce, social media, loyalty and sustainability.
How to Turn your Cafe or Restaurant Contactless
Contactless operations within cafe and restaurant businesses have of course been around for a while, especially in quick service restaurants (QSR’s) such as fast food chains. There is no denying however that the latest global crisis has forced everyone, even the smallest of independent cafes, to drastically reconsider their every day business processes. Fortunately there →
How has COVID-19 Impacted the Cafe Industry?
The impact of COVID-19 has quite literally altered global business as we know it. Practically no one has been left unaffected by the pandemic, in one form or another. Of course, the cafe industry is no exception – in fact, hospitality is one of the worst-hit by COVID-19, up there with poor old tourism. Lockdowns, →
Why Customer Loyalty Is More Important in 2020 Than Ever
How has COVID-19 affected customer loyalty in 2020, and what can businesses do to retain customers and foster brand loyalty in the current climate?
5 Ways Hospitality Businesses Can Thrive During The Coronavirus Outbreak
If you’re a restaurant, club, pub or cafe owner, there’s no doubt that you’re going through a challenging and uncertain time given the current circumstances. However, whilst you have no control over the cards you’ve been dealt, you certainly have control over how you play them! For many hospitality businesses, this is a great opportunity →
How Brick-and-Mortar Businesses Can Survive Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Given that so many customers are either unable or unwilling to physically step through shop doors at the moment, how can independent businesses ensure that customers continue to shop with them and make purchases?
How to Keep Customers Through the Coronavirus Outbreak
In today’s digital world, there are plenty of innovative ways to stay connected to your customers throughout this difficult time. If you’re willing to adapt your usual business processes, you can continue to cater for the adjusted needs of your customers.