How to stay open and relevant amid outbreak

The restaurant industry, like so many modern industries, is ever-evolving. Restaurateurs are constantly reinventing themselves and their businesses, from the menu to the décor, to keep up with their guests’ demands; but never has that adaptation needed to be so swift and so extreme.

With the hospitality industry – and the world at large – upended practically overnight, the traditional restaurant business model has been made obsolete. But the industry is nothing if not resilient, so we have compiled series of ideas that restaurants across the nation are using to stay afloat.

Join us for this webinar, “How to Stay Open and Relevant Amid Outbreak” at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 9 and learn more about:

  • Transferring your skills and inventory to a new, temporary sales model
  • Optimizing online ordering for social distancing and guest comfort
  • Building brand awareness and attracting attention
  • Finding lifelines through grants, loans and relief funds

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Subscriptions: The Next Level in Loyalty

What kind of loyalty program helped Panera Bread drive 100,000 signups in a single day? In a word: subscriptions.

Companies that have launched subscription programs find a significant boost to their incremental sales. Panera saw a 70% increase in food attachment by subscribers.

Download the ebook Subscriptions: The Next Level in Loyalty to learn everything from the the key advantages to the types of subscription models to consider.