Americans are dining out like it’s 2019, eager to experience the allure of restaurants again.
The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively impacted virtually every industry since it began back in March of 2020, especially the retail restaurant industry.
Every time an operator purchases an item, a multitude of data points are generated that includes what they purchased, when they purchased it, how much they purchased, who they purchased it from and ...
Throughout the pandemic, restaurateurs everywhere dreamed of the day they could reopen at full capacity.
While the COVID-19 pandemic seems to be finally coming to an end, challenges remain for restaurant owners.
Differentiation has never been more crucial. As the industry rebounds, restocks, and rehires the focus is also turning to innovation.
In today’s world, a thriving company culture and healthy work environment has become the most critical criteria for potential candidates.
The restaurant industry suffered the worst year in industry history, erasing years of progress, in 2020.
If you would have told me when I went home on March 16, 2020, that 15-plus months later we would still be in a sort of post-COVID limbo, I would never have believed you.
As the world passed the one-year mark of the pandemic, there is a light at the end of the tunnel.