By Open Mic
It’s fair to say no one was expecting the massive disruptions brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic. From the way we shop to where we eat, the crisis has left a lasting impact on UK consumers and the high street alike. This unprecedented upheaval meant the quick-service restaurant industry had to reinvent itself to continue engaging with customers – with many relying on food delivery services like UberEats or Deliveroo to satisfy diners who could no longer drop by for a quick bite.
Now that lockdown’s been lifted and restrictions eased, the race to drive diners back into restaurants is on. Read full story ›
Source: The Drum