Having already jumped into the buzzy world of ghost kitchens, Dog Haus decided it still needed to do more to expand its foothold in the ever-important world of mobile ordering and delivery.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting government restrictions have had a major negative impact on the restaurant industry in the last month or so.
In a matter of six weeks, Moe’s Southwest Grill transformed its business. But it was more of an acceleration than a massive pivot.
Cheikh Mboup, then Edible’s COO, expanded his role to include president in January.
One of the reasons COVID-19 has been so devastating for restaurants is that it strikes at a core trait.
Tropical Smoothie Café was on record-breaking pace before COVID-19. The company, founded in 1997, opened 124 locations in 2019—more than any single year in its history.
The COVID-19 pandemic has pummeled economies across the globe while inflicting human suffering beyond our understanding.
There is not an industry in the U.S that hasn’t been affected in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the United States alone, there are a million restaurants that employ over 15 million people.
As the novel coronavirus continues to derail restaurants’ plans for 2020, owners and operators may be beginning to contemplate what is in store for their future.