We all know communication, rather effective communication, is key to successful marketing, especially when it comes to social media. For many years, restaurants, have followed the same suit to capture audience attention - posting scrumptious pictures of their most popular dishes.
Coronavirus is changing the status quo, which also includes the way we approach our food. Its impact on the food business can’t be overlooked. In March alone, the restaurant business took a hit worth over $20 billion in revenue losses.
The first wave of COVID-19 has passed; businesses have resumed, restaurants are preparing to make dine-in safe for their customers and food deliveries are at all-time high and most importantly, people are stepping out of their homes to adapt to the new way of life.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants have become one of the most vulnerable business sectors. From Michelin-starred dining rooms to the cozy corner cafes, every establishment has been affected in some way.