Food within institutions and companies has gained little airtime in the past when it was provided as an afterthought or company cafes were placed as a space filler, gaining business by default due to workers passing through. Nowadays we are seeing a growing body of institutions and companies who are incorporating food into their business strategy as a way of living up to their ethos. This is because food has and will continue to become an integral part of our lives as it is not only a necessity to us to have but the hospitality of food is a powerful way to stand by values if you provide it based on building relationships, supporting wellbeing and choosing brands/offers which align with your core values. Here are three major ways in which a hospitality strategy can be a part of your core values.
Turning a space into a place is about providing an area of social congregation. Food and beverage planning is imperative to this however, the design that contributes its textures and layers to the space needs to be equally as inspiring and aspirational to ensure that customers want to stay in the space and return time and time again.
We took five with Caroline Beresford of Caroline Beresford Design in Sydney to talk about the way in which interior design can enhance a hospitality concept and makes up such a large and important part of an overall hospitality business strategy.
44% of the money Millennials spend on food goes towards buying food when they’re out and about or ordering take away. However, when it comes to what they want to spend their money on, market research has shown that they are looking for something very specific when it comes to their food experience they invest in. Here are the 5 key things Millennials want and will lead to gaining and retaining their business if you provide them.