A Plan for When Things Go Wrong It sounds like a doomsday to be avoided at all costs, but the reality is that every company needs a crisis plan for if this day comes. What is a Social Media Crisis? A social media crisis is an event that harms the image of a business, […]
We recently shared ways that you can “talk the talk” when engaging with folks associated with the restaurant industry. There’s a long list of restaurant lingo that insiders and other informed individuals know. We picked some of our favorites to feature here. What are some of your favorite, funniest, or even most unusual restaurant lingo?
There are times when you need to “walk the talk” and times when you need to “talk the talk.” When you can speak confidently and intelligently about F&B (Food & Beverage) industry topics, particularly with prospective clients, you could gain some critical points to win them over and potentially add them to your portfolio. Here
The restaurant and food & beverage industry took some significant blows with the COVID-19 pandemic. So, the question everyone is asking is, what lies ahead for these beloved industries that service millions and help satisfy the needs and wants of many? Most people would like to forget the painful challenges of 2020, especially those in
Millennials and Gen Z are commonly grouped together, yet before learning how to market to Gen Z and Millennials, it is important to note their differences. According to Pew Research Center, Millennials are anyone born between 1981 and 1996. While Gen Z is the cohort born between 1997 and 2010, which means they grew up
Let’s face it – money is tight with COVID-19 looming over all of us. It’s a trickle-down effect where consumers or clients are forced to spend less, so service agencies and companies are taking a hit too. According to an NPR report released in April 2020, more than 17 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits.
As the iconic Bob Dylan sang, “The times, they are a-changin’.” With COVID-19, the times are changing, but are you keeping pace? In order to survive the huge shift happening in social and economic conditions, it’s critical to modify your approach to marketing. You and your business depend on it, so it’s time to ask
Social media has become an important part of our personal and professional lives as social distancing practices settle. For brands, the real-time reach available to deliver messaging straight to the consumer is a huge benefit during these unusual times. As COVID-19 evolves, best practices are continuously being updated and released; we read the newest information
We’re Only Human: How staying at home shifts consumer behavior and how it will change consumer marketing
COVID-19 has affected consumers in a number of different ways: self-improvement, retreating, stress eating—some burying heads in the sand and going on with life as if nothing has changed. We all cope in our own way. But, the one shift many have in common is staying home. What does this mean for consumer behavior? Outside
COVID-19 has revealed our shockingly high priority on toilet paper, but that’s not the only shortage that’s developed as a result of the pandemic. Food shortages for bread, flour, eggs and basic baking ingredients have been difficult to find on store shelves too. In response, restaurants that were forced to close their dine-in services have