Join us to learn about prominent trends influencing the restaurant industry and how your business can capitalise on them. If you are running a café or restaurant, or offer a catering, takeaway or home delivery service, you will not want to miss this.
Using the latest insights from global market researchers, Mintel, we will cut through all the jargon and data to bring you the headlines in how the industry is recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic, and how operators should respond to changes in consumer behaviour.
The main sections covered will be:
- Consumer dining habits and how to serve up an experience they want
- Cost-conscious consumers: how COVID-19 has produced haves and have nots among consumers and how to reach both
- Where you’ll find the still thriving parts of the economy spending with foodservice
- Increased consumer awareness around environmental and climate change issues and how to build on it
- How to future-proofing your business.
There will be a 30-minute fact-packed presentation and an optional chance to stay online for a Q&A session.
You can access Mintel data for free in Business & IP Centres in libraries across the country. Expert staff in your closest BIPC are there to help you identify the information you need to inform key decisions as you build your business.
About your speaker
Presented by Trish Caddy, Senior Foodservice Analyst at Mintel
Trish Caddy is a trained chef and a Senior Foodservice Analyst. She previously worked for a trend forecasting company focusing on food and drink, as well as in the fashion sector before retraining to become a chef. After tenures at two seminal London restaurants, countless conversations and shared experiences with restaurant operators about the foodservice industry, she decided to turn her passion into conducting in-depth consumer research and joined Mintel in 2016. Her expertise is regularly sought out by clients and the media, including interviews with BBC News, The Telegraph, The Grocer as well as speaking engagements through webinars and at universities.
After the webinar:
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