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Theme parks are using technology more and more to help patrons maximize their visit. A few years ago, they introduced mobile food apps, which visitors can use to order food ahead. The next big thing in amusement parks will be food delivery services. Like the expanding trend of worker robots, delivery services within parks will soon become commonplace. Visitors will be the ones to experience this change the most, but whatever makes them happy is a benefit to theme parks, too. Read on to learn the other reasons why food delivery is a good idea for your amusement park. 1. Theme Park Goers are Hungry for Convenience The heat, crowd, and long lines can make people lose their minds at a theme park. For this reason, visitors are always looking for ways to make their lives easier. It can be getting fast passes to skip the line, and it can also be getting food from food delivery services.
Did you know that the restaurant industry in the United States reached $745 billion in 2015? In other words, it’s a giant industry with lots of potential. But to really do well, you need to be different. And one great way to do this is through starting a pop up restaurant. This is the perfect way to generate a lucrative additional revenue stream. Not sure where to start? Don’t worry! Check out our guide on how to start a pop up restaurant below. How to Start a Pop Up Restaurant: Get Your Paperwork First of all, it’s important to get your paperwork figured out. This includes insurance, licenses, and permits. Make sure you begin the process by getting these documents. Some pop up restaurant owners think they can move ahead without these documents, but that’s simply not the case. You should make sure that what you’re doing is completely legal. The necessary paperwork
Optimizing the logistics of cold transport is one of the biggest challenges companies face. If you don’t have the right systems and equipment in place you can see significant losses. Thankfully cold chain management is becoming more and more efficient due to advances in technology. Use this guide to learn the basics of cold chain logistics and how you can improve your own operations. Know Your Supply Chain Cold chain logistics can only be as successful as your supply chain. You need to have a firm grasp on your logistical systems and how they impact cold transportation. Start by looking at your inventory management systems. You need to have a firm grasp on how goods move through your distribution centers. Once you can track an item from shelf to truck you’re better prepared to improve efficiency. Don’t forget about third parties involved in your supply chain. It’s important that you monitor exactly
Imagine: you’re on vacation. You’re lounging on a sandy beach and return to the resort, tired and ready to relax. As you settle into bed, your stomach grumbles. And there is no food whatsoever in your room. Sure, you could order room service or get dressed and go to a restaurant. But what you want is healthy, authentic food. Getting it, however, requires a trip to the grocery store. Or does it? Resort owners, listen up: if you want to wow your guests, you need the best grocery delivery service available. Read on to find out why. 1. It Saves Resorts Money It’s difficult to cut costs and meet customers’ needs, but a free grocery delivery option does just that. From 2007 to 2012, room service revenue dropped almost 10%. For many hotels and resorts, the picture is worse. Andrew Bowen, assistant director of foods and beverages at Amway Grand Plaza,
Did you ever think that we’d live in a world where you wouldn’t have to go to a bar to go to a bar? The time is now and mobile beer trucks are here. If you’re a young entrepreneur, the mobile bartending business is a great new trend to jump on. The logistics are simple. Educate yourself on booze and bartending and make sure you know your stuff when it comes to licenses and serving laws. Then talk to breweries and start securing contacts and contracts. After that, you can start looking for your new truck. You’ll be serving to the masses ASAP! What Are Mobile Beer Trucks? Mobile bars are just like food trucks except they serve up cocktails, wine, and beer. You might not have seen these pop up too much at events, but you’ll start to. Here are 5 reasons why you should start a mobile bar business. 1. Cool
delivery service via modern technology If you have not added a delivery service to your business options, you’re missing out on a large number of potential customers. In the restaurant industry alone, 60% of people say they would order more often if delivery was an option. When asking Millennials, this number grows to 74%. Adding delivery services does require some changes, but it can increase your profit margins significantly. If you’re wondering how to start a delivery service, here are some simple steps you can take. How to Start a Delivery Service To start a delivery service, you will need to evaluate your current processes. This will help you ensure local delivery services are fast and efficient. This evaluation includes the following: Technology Order processes Delivery options Feedback processes Evaluating these aspects of your current set up can help you create an effective and profitable option for your business. Websites and Apps Optimized
Modern consumers are always looking for something extra from their retailers. Online shopping and one-day delivery have changed what they expect. As a grocery retailer, one of the best things you can do to keep old customers and attract new ones is to provide grocery delivery. Keep reading to learn more about the demand for this service, and why you should seriously consider it. Customers Demand Convenience New technology and the advent of the smartphone have drastically shortened consumer patience. Gone are the days when just providing quality products and excellent service was enough. Millennials prioritize convenience over most of the traditional measures of good service. If you run a specialty or organic grocery store with a higher end clientele this is particularly true. Offering a grocery delivery service is a great way to generate repeat customers. Studies have shown that fully 15% of millennial parents order a grocery delivery every week. If
“Tacos for two!” “Nope, make that two hundred!” No matter the quantity, food trucks are at your service. Food trucks provide event planners with an easy, fun way to keep guests entertained while dishing out a variety of delicious treats and mouth-watering meals. We all love food and we all love contributing in a positive way to our communities. In fact, through one act of kindness towards our communities, we lower our stress levels and risk for heart disease. So, what’s not to love about volunteering your time, money, and effort in return for a delicious meal to help stay energized? Read on to learn more reasons why food catering trucks and fundraising events are a match made in Heaven. Benefits of Food Catering Trucks at Fundraising Events Food trucks simplify planning fundraiser events. Explore the following benefits of using food catering trucks for your next fundraising event. 1. No Hassle Planning