In many ways 2021 has started as a year of hope, despite the third lockdown being in place. As the UK straddles the end of lockdown, the good news is that appetite for pubs, restaurants and nightlife is higher than ever.
Excitement is in the air, and it really does feel like the industry is ready to bounce back from the pandemic once and for all. It won’t be easy, but there is reason to believe that the outlook for 2021 from June 21st onwards could be very positive for our industry and the country as a whole.
That said, there can be no denying that many businesses have been impacted long term by the restrictions and shutdowns. The aftershock of COVID-19 isn’t just measured in terms of loss of life and loss of earnings - the emotional implications of the relentless lockdowns have been huge too. Many businesses have been left in turmoil, struggling to know how to rebuild.
As an industry we’re now collectively at a point where we need to reopen with limited resources and impacted cash flow. Whilst this sounds less than positive on paper, we believe that a combination of mobile technology, consumer trust and of course the resilience of the working people of the hospitality industry will ensure that businesses make a comeback.
In this guide, we’ll be weighing up the best ways to streamline operations, save money and reopen and rebuild your business.
Inside your complimentary guide you will find: