New Book Focuses on Helping Restaurants During Pandemic
By: Jamie Jack, Social Synergy Local
"It's never easy for a business to change its model," Jamie Jack said. "And it's even more difficult when it has to be done overnight because the government says so."
The book first looks at the alternatives restaurant owners must consider if they can and want to remain open: takeout, curbside pickup, in-house delivery, third-part delivery platforms like DoorDash and Grubhub, and online ordering. The focus of the book then shifts to marketing, from how to market directly to their customers to how to leverage Facebook for little or no cost in the hopes of extending their reach.
One chapter highlights the innovative concepts that restaurants are trying during the COVID-19 pandemic, including ideas for restaurants whose kitchens are closed for regular takeout and delivery. Jack was impressed by how some restaurants were changing their standard ways of doing business. "Restaurateurs have found inventive ways to generate revenue for their businesses within the restrictions and in response to customer sentiment—like a new preference for comfort food and family meals—often while helping their communities."
"What an awesome pivot guide for restaurateurs!"
Kitchen Open is available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and iTunes. https://bit.ly/
The daughter of a health inspector, Jamie Jack has had a variety of job roles in her work life, including freelance editor, cookbook author, specialty food store owner, local business video maker, and social media manager. She is the author of two #1 bestselling books.