April 29, 2021 By Mo Chaar As restaurants grapple with ongoing closures throughout the pandemic, it’s clear that dining as we know it might never be the same. Bans on indoor dining in provinces like British Columbia have been detrimental as businesses watch Ontario’s restaurant industry with bated breath, which has already been set back more than $100 million ... Read more about this post
March 17, 2021 In Part II of our three-part look at restaurant branding during the pandemic, we assess how operators can build a lasting connection with their community. By Doug Radkey In Part I of this series, the word connection was used often. When you are building or rebuilding the essence of a brand, it is all about the connection you build ... Read more about this post
March 4, 2021 The debate around third-party delivery apps is intensifying amid the economic impacts of COVID-19 By Tom Nightingale For the foodservice businesses and restaurants that have been able to survive the last 12 months of COVID-19 pandemic, keeping up with the fast rate of change has been vital. In particular, operators across the country have had to lean ... Read more about this post
March 3, 2021 By Mo Chaar As sports fans across the country don their team jerseys to cheer loudly with their household from their couch and set the pace for a new normal of household homegating, restaurants should look to major sports franchises for inspiration on driving customer loyalty and rebuilding their customer base. Restaurants have been put through ... Read more about this post
October 27, 2014 By the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
October 27, 2014 Between keeping up with the most recent culinary trends, new technologies and customer expectations, your plate is full. Small businesses often don’t have the money to hire privacy specialists – but good privacy compliance doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming for restaurant owners.
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