A pandemic brings the hotel and catering industry to a standstill. Nobody can say with certainty how long this situation will last. There is growing concern among entrepreneurs about financial stability. Nevertheless, they have to find a solution for their employees in these difficult times. We have a few tips on how good management can succeed in times of crisis.
Articles for gastronomy and the hotel industry on the Corona crisis
The lack of contact during the Corona pandemic forces restaurants to close. But the costs continue to rise. We have put together ten tips on how gastronomes can at least partially compensate for the lack of income - apart from immediate aid.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has had dramatic repercussions for global economy. The impact of the crisis can be clearly felt in the hotel and hospitality industry. Restaurants and bars have had to close and hotels are operating with a skeleton crew whilst catering for very few guests. Revenues have plummeted and the lack of liquidity threatens the existence of many hoteliers. However, this is not the time to stop selling. We have put together tips on how hotel operators should do business during the coronavirus crisis.
Hotels are particularly affected by the restrictions caused by the novel Covid-19 virus. Guests are staying away due to the state-mandated contact ban. And there is still no end in sight for this pandemic yet. We have summarised various measures in this article that hotels should be taking now to compensate for the financial losses being incurred during this coronavirus crisis.
Support to help hospitality workers: Links to help restaurants, bars and hospitality workers affected by coronavirus
Coronavirus has an impact on everyone's lives at the moment. The hospitality business was hit extremely hard. With almost 30% of population in a shutdown and almost 90% of global hospitality workers at home, the situation is becoming worse.
Deliver instead of serve in the corona crisis: How restaurateurs can register their restaurant with Lieferando
The corona virus forces restaurants to close the doors and stop receiving guests. But the kitchen and staff are still available. So why not continue as a "ghost kitchen" and deliver it by delivery. In spite of the fact that restaurants are closed, restaurants do not have to forego sales entirely.