The Caterer Innovation Webinar
If the pandemic has taught us anything it's that those who are able to innovate are those who will survive and, in time, thrive. We’ve all had to change the way we operate, but with that has come opportunity. Operators across the country have developed new revenue streams, innovating to broaden their customer base and open up new markets.
This webinar will feature some of the most forward-looking hotel, restaurant and bar operators in the country, who have adapted and enhanced the sustainability of their businesses both in terms of the durability of their operations and environmental performance. We will explore the new revenue streams they have generated and how they are positioning their businesses to profit in the year to come.
Join us from 11am to 12.15pm on 15 April to learn how Nathan Outlaw, Whatley Manor's Sue Williams and Tim Foster from the Yummy Pub Co are innovating in their businesses in 2021.
Topics covered include:
- Reshaping a business to ensure a sustainable future
- The new revenue streams that will survive post pandemic
- Developing an open air offer that pays back all year round
- How to build long-term sustainability into delivery food and cocktail boxes
- What customers will be looking for when they return in May
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From sourcing through to recycling, sustainability is at the core of Nespresso’s business, which is why every cup of Nespresso coffee will be carbon neutral by 2022. Nespresso sources 95% of its coffee through its AAA Sustainable Quality™ Program with over half also certified with Rainforest Alliance or Fairtrade. Nespresso capsules are created from aluminium, an infinitely recyclable material that is recirculated into the aluminium supply chain.