2020 is coming to an end and it has certainly been a difficult year for us and our customers. The pandemic has hit the hospitality industry hard. We have focused on helping our customers in the best possible way and continued to focus on developing strategic and useful solutions. On the blog we have written several posts around the pandemic through the year and many of them are top trending blogposts.
Here are the five most read blogposts from our blog this year. We hope you find them useful!
1. Food delivery services, a new opportunity for the restaurant market?
They are hard to miss in today’s street scene, particularly in cities: scooters with delivery boxes filled with food. Welcome to the food delivery service phenomenon, where customers simply order their meals online which are then delivered to them at home by a courier. How can traditional restaurants get in on this trend? In this article, we discuss the impact of these food delivery services on the restaurant market and how you, as a restaurateur, can get your piece of this pie.
2. How the crisis is experienced by HIMKOK - 17th best bar in the world
HIMKOK is currently ranked number 17 on the list of the world's best bars and has now been ranked on the prestigious “The Worlds 50 Best Bars” list for the past 4 years. On this premises, they produce their own Aquavit, Gin and Vodka and the goal is to spread Norway's flavors around the world. This is something they keep close to heart. We sat down with Odd Strandbakken, bar manager at HIMKOK, and discussed how they experience the existing crisis and what they believe the future looks like.
3. Trivec Troopers: Daniel de Sousa
Get to know the Trivec team through our blog series: Trivec Troopers. In this post you will get to meet our Group CEO, Daniel de Sousa.
4. How you can save the hospitality market from the Corona crisis
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, cities and entire countries are more and more limiting restaurants to takeout and delivery only. Here is how you can best avoid health risks and support your favorite local eateries, while staying in business.
5. Restaurateurs need to rethink what it means to be a restaurant
How should you as a restaurateur change your business now during the corona crisis and afterwards? No doubt the corona crisis has changed our behavior in the most dramatic ways. Things we took for granted are not safe anymore, and we are all figuring out how to continue to live with the virus in our midst. Countries will gradually try to get back to normal, but the new normal will not be the same as before the coronavirus, even for those who are not infected. Two to three months of anything from keeping social distances to complete isolation will undoubtedly influence our behaviors in the future.