‘All around us, the restaurant industry has gone through dramatic change. Numerous favorites are gone. Friendly faces we were used to seeing have disappeared. Everything looks different, whether you dine inside or sit in the open air.’ BARE shares an article by Micheline Maynard for Forbes with key lessons for restaurants.
‘Social media has come a long way from photo posts, likes and comments. More and more of today’s retailers and brands are using social platforms as influential tools to sell their products and services.’ BARE shares an article by Gabe Larsen for Retail Customer Experience on maximizing social connection and enhancing customer experience.
‘The electric car industry is about to become the greatest thing since sliced bread… or so a lot of people would have you believe. The truth is something different.’ BARE shares an article by Warren Shoulberg for Forbes on the electric car industry.
‘Who’s ordering most of the mobile meals we’ve come to love in the age of COVID? You know who. It’s millennials and Gen Z, overwhelmingly.’ BARE shares an article for PYMNTS.com on restaurant customer loyalty.
‘You don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone. Covid-19 revealed the everyday activities many people take for granted until they’re no longer for an option—like eating out in a restaurant.’ BARE shares an article by Blake Morgan for Forbes with main changes for restaurants during Covid-19.
‘How hospitality can ensure social distancing down to the very last step: the payment.’ BARE shares an article by Nick Corrigan for ITProPortal with new technology uses to provide great customer experience in the hospitality industry.
‘Leaders across the landscape understand that if they want to start posting pre-pandemic numbers, they need to streamline the customer experience as much as possible.’ BARE shares an article by Chalmers Brown for CustomerThink on key industries during the pandemic.
Social media platforms have become today’s most favored means of publicity. Of the 4.5 billion people using the internet at the start of 2020, 84% of them were using a form of social media, increasing by more than 9% since last year. From small scale enterprises to giant conglomerates, all are avidly trying to establish a strong social media presence. During these tough times that people are facing globally, social media has helped businesses to remain afloat and even flourish.