Why You Should Plan Your Re-Opening

Re-Opening

Why You Should Plan Your Re-Opening

Considerations for revenue streams, inventory, marketing, and more

April 28, 2020

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Why You Should Plan Your Re-Opening

ICYMI, this spring we’re hosting daily webinars as part of our Industry Support learning series. Over the past three weeks we’ve touched on motivation in times of crisis, getting the most out of small business loans, the state of food journalism, and more. Below, Elizabeth Tilton, founder and CEO of hospitality services group Oyster Sunday shares advice for building a thorough plan for reopening, from operations to marketing and beyond.

1. The landscape of hospitality has changed. Today, we know that:

2. Oyster Sunday has developed a critical path toolkit with information on how to navigate the new normal.

3. When you re-open:

Watch the full webinar.

Check out what’s on-deck for our webinar series.

Our team would like to know what topics you would like us to cover. Please email us at impact@jamesbeard.org with your suggestions on speakers, resources and issues you would like us to host.

Photo: Suwaree Tangbovornpichet/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images


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