Rebuild & Recover
Recover & Rebuild
The threat of COVID-19 grew as the infection spread—a problem that soon became very real for thousands of restaurant operators and millions of employees. As the nation begins lifting restrictions, how will restaurants safely and effectively open their doors again?
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Webinar: How Brands like Panera are Winning Big with Subscriptions
A 30-45 minute presentation covering new methods in subscriptions and how they can improve your business. Featuring industry-leading speakers.
Webinar: The Tech-Based Future of the Kitchen
Restaurant Business Editor Peter Romeo speaks with Restaurant Owners and Lior Koren, product manager for Square for Restaurants on finding the best solutions for your business to adapt.
Webinar: How Restaurants are Adapting to Consumers’ Demands for Safety During COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced restaurants to rethink many of their strategies, including how customers pay for their orders. Whether they’re paying ahead of time on an app or are using other contactless payment technology, one thing is for sure: the interaction between staff and customers when it comes to handling cash or cards has been minimized—or even eliminated altogether. Join Adyen, in partnership with Restaurant Business, on September 17, 2020 at 1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET for a webinar to learn more about how restaurants are adapting to this new reality, including how they’re handling payment to ensure customer and staff safety. You’ll hear about what technologies are currently available, how operators can implement them in their restaurants and how touchless service enhances the guest experience. Register now.
Latest from RB
California puts end to questionable third-party delivery practice
Delivery companies will now need a restaurant’s consent to be listed on their platforms.
Florida lifts COVID restrictions on restaurants
Eating and drinking places can immediately resume their pre-pandemic operations, including full use of dining rooms.
DoorDash accused of steering orders from non-partner restaurants
A lawsuit alleges the delivery company is listing these restaurants as closed or too far away in an attempt to redirect guests to official partners.
Latest from FSD
Washington clears the way for catering to ramp back up
The state is one of several that have lifted restrictions on foodservice operations this week.
House of Representatives passes continuing resolution that includes funding to extend summer meal program waivers
The legislation will add almost $8 billion in funding for school nutrition programs.