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The coronavirus pandemic is having huge and possibly, long-term impacts on the hospitality sector. It may take years before the sector fully recovers from the current condition. The sharp reduction in customer demands has caused the closure of many businesses in this industry. Hotels, restaurants, bars, and travel agencies need to take the necessary precautions to ensure their survival and to be prepared for the eventual rising demand for their services.
With that being said, let’s take a look at some things that today’s businesses should do to continue surviving and regain growth:
Anticipate Changes In Customer Expectations- the COVID-19 outbreak is introducing new variables that force changes in the hospitality sectors. Customers will be more concerned about health issues. Restaurants and hotels need to take measures to prevent cross contamination through human touch and food. Kitchens and hotel rooms must have a higher level of hygiene as well. Businesses in the hospitality sector must review and adjust their existing services to effectively adapt with more demanding customer expectations. Restaurants may encourage their customers to bring their own spoons and forks to improve the overall safety. Menus should be focused on personal-sized portions, instead of larger ones shared by friends and families.
Reassure Customers That Risks Are Manageable- customers will be reluctant to go to high-risks areas. Businesses must clearly show that risks are taken seriously through strict procedures and processes. Businesses must directly show their guests that they are thoroughly disinfecting the entire area.
Take Better Care Of The Guests- people love to be taken care of. Businesses in the hospitality sector should provide special touches to customers to encourage repeat buying. With the increased services, come the opportunity to boost sales. If customers are willing to spend more; bars and restaurants could upsell some products like desserts, soft drinks, or bottles of wine. Customers could be encouraged to purchase vouchers that they could use for future visits. It’s necessary to cut costs when demands are declining, but businesses shouldn’t degrade areas that affect their brand image or customer service.
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To learn more about the hospitality sector and the precautions they need to take in the wake of the pandemic, contact Fizer Chain today and speak with an expert who can assist you and answer any questions you might have.
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