Throughout the pandemic, the hospitality industry has been one of the worst affected sectors. With social restrictions putting a pause on business as usual and creating tension and uncertainty amongst both consumers and hospitality workers, businesses are having to be more adaptable than ever before.
While there have been plenty of negative after-effects of the pandemic, there have also been some positives too. These include increased resilience, boosted agility and an ability to tackle challenges in new ways.
The recent response when Wales, Ireland and Scotland reinforced table seating restrictions after Christmas showed that while the hospitality sector is frustrated by constant lockdowns, many businesses do have plans in place.
Snap measures such as limited reservation numbers and social distancing are likely to be ongoing as restrictions seem to be changing from month to month. As such, businesses need to continue to be ready for change, with measures in place to handle any last minute changes to restrictions.
In this guide we’re unpacking how you can rebuild your hospitality business in a way that is agile and flexible, to work with fast-changing restrictions.
Inside your complimentary guide you will find: