Staff shortages in the catering and hospitality sectors are at an all-time high and the sector is potentially facing one of the biggest challenges to date, in terms of business survival. From front of house staff to chefs, kitchen staff, supply chain and even delivery drivers, the knock-on effect of Brexit combined with the challenges of the pandemic have made business survival all the more critical and all the more difficult.
If the saying goes ‘necessity is the mother of invention’ then the urgent necessity to innovate through the UK’s hospitality … Read more “Hospitality lockdown ideas worth keeping!”
Join Caternet’s Commercial Director Neil Shayle in conversation with James Waldron as they add colour the COVID-19 food business relaunch … Read more “Return Ready Podcasts”
In a follow up to our dining plan number crunching, we’ve cast our recipe cost calculator across dining in the … Read more “Are fixed-price menus the path to profits?”
As a Caternet customer, Sian used our hospitality software platform every day. As the newest member of our Customer Support … Read more “What happens when a Customer becomes an Employee?”
What are your catering resolutions for 2019? Perhaps you’ve decided to wrestle control of your food costs (rather than them … Read more “The Catering business in 2019”