It was Rob Parsons who used the phrase ‘Don’t settle for being money rich – time poor’ What is striking is that having a moment to stop and reflect on things this year is allowing people to consider how they can stop throwing their time down the drain. Many businesses are time poor because what begun as a ‘put up with it’ became a ‘that’s just how we do it’ solidified into an accepted ‘process’.
Given the seismic impact Covid has had on the hospitality sector, now more than ever before, there is a case for asking whether your business is going to select the correct tool for the job at hand. Tragic though the present situation is, we will come through it - at the other side will be a sector which may well be running on a much reduced staff size. There are many offering online solutions, however by digging deep with Spoonfed, you will discover a system which minimises manual implementation and maximises efficiency.
Would buying online ads to promote your catering business be an effective way to reach new customers, or a waste of time and money? Traffic from online advertising is always going to be unpredictable and there are a lot of things that can be done wrong
The Spoonfed system is great for handling orders and managing a catering business, but we are often asked what can be done to drum up interest and build the customer base. Knowing that you’ll be able to get every order right and handle more orders is great, but how do you go about getting those new customers
With customers increasingly looking online to decide who to buy catering from, creating a reliable looking brand is more important than ever. But what’s the best way to build up a strong web presence
We have often written in this blog about the benefits of finding additional revenue streams through corporate catering, particularly in these tough times for the industry. Delivering to offices can be a great way to reach new customers
The hospitality industry has always been known as a high-pressure environment, with short tempers and harsh words thrown about liberally. But could the staff and skills shortage in the industry be avoided by turning this around
Are you using Facebook and Twitter to promote your catering? Or could social media actually be holding you back? Most people realise that getting social media right can provide a significant boost to restaurant sales
Increasingly, caterers delivering food to offices are utilising email marketing tools as the means by which they communicate their promotions to their customers
The new kid on the block, Spoonfed is primed to take the catering market by storm. Built by caterers for caterers Spoonfed is a web-based management system enabling seamless integration of orders with production, delivery and invoicing. It allows you to focus on what you do best