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The online future of the restaurant sector

The online future of the restaurant sector

The online future of the restaurant sector

Innovation in the restaurant space has been slowly heating up since Just Eat first began operating over a decade ago. And we’ve now reached a point where the idea of a physical restaurant as an independent destination is becoming less important, while the concept of a virtual restaurant that exists at your convenience is becoming ever more integrated into daily life. This is going to change the way we eat, what we eat and even what our high streets look like.

The traditional model for the restaurant business is centred around bricks and mortar locations, or at a push food trucks. It invariably involves the patron queuing and spending time waiting for the chefs to prepare their food. But crucially, it’s also deeply inefficient for the restaurant – they have to fill and maintain what is typically a large space that is expensive to run. What’s more, these sites are notoriously difficult, and expensive, to scale up. It all contributes to 60% of new restaurants not making it past the first year – they need much more than merely a delicious secret family recipe to survive.

Now, however, services such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats have opened up a whole new revenue stream for restaurants. By handling the expensive burden of managing delivery these aggregators have enabled restaurants to bolt on a takeaway business to their regular operations. This has fuelled a boom in takeaways, with the average Brit now spending £110 on takeaways a month, and patrons have jumped at the chance to eat food from their favourite restaurants in the comfort of their own home.

In fact, there are entrepreneurs who have spotted the opportunity to capitalise on the takeaway trend further. Businesses such as Pronto and Karma Cans have chosen to eliminate the traditional restaurant location altogether and instead only offer app and online ordering. Their dishes are then delivered ready to eat to customers across London by a fleet of trusted drivers.

The barriers to entry into this new ‘virtual restaurant’ market can seem daunting. But, the beauty of the Preoday platform is that it allows you to build your own ‘virtual restaurant’ without any technical knowledge or expensive app development on your side. With our white label and fully customisable solution you can be up and running with your own version of app and online ordering in as little as two weeks. Preoday, therefore, takes the hassle and expense out of launching shopfront-less restaurants and opens up this opportunity to all food entrepreneurs.

It’s clear then that while the restaurant industry appears to be moving more and more online Preoday is perfectly positioned to help restaurant owners take advantage of this trend and open up their business to a whole new market.

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The online future of the restaurant sector

The online future of the restaurant sector

The online future of the restaurant sector

Innovation in the restaurant space has been slowly heating up since Just Eat first began operating over a decade ago. And we’ve now reached a point where the idea of a physical restaurant as an independent destination is becoming less important, while the concept of a virtual restaurant that exists at your convenience is becoming ever more integrated into daily life. This is going to change the way we eat, what we eat and even what our high streets look like.

The traditional model for the restaurant business is centred around bricks and mortar locations, or at a push food trucks. It invariably involves the patron queuing and spending time waiting for the chefs to prepare their food. But crucially, it’s also deeply inefficient for the restaurant – they have to fill and maintain what is typically a large space that is expensive to run. What’s more, these sites are notoriously difficult, and expensive, to scale up. It all contributes to 60% of new restaurants not making it past the first year – they need much more than merely a delicious secret family recipe to survive.

Now, however, services such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats have opened up a whole new revenue stream for restaurants. By handling the expensive burden of managing delivery these aggregators have enabled restaurants to bolt on a takeaway business to their regular operations. This has fuelled a boom in takeaways, with the average Brit now spending £110 on takeaways a month, and patrons have jumped at the chance to eat food from their favourite restaurants in the comfort of their own home.

In fact, there are entrepreneurs who have spotted the opportunity to capitalise on the takeaway trend further. Businesses such as Pronto and Karma Cans have chosen to eliminate the traditional restaurant location altogether and instead only offer app and online ordering. Their dishes are then delivered ready to eat to customers across London by a fleet of trusted drivers.

The barriers to entry into this new ‘virtual restaurant’ market can seem daunting. But, the beauty of the Preoday platform is that it allows you to build your own ‘virtual restaurant’ without any technical knowledge or expensive app development on your side. With our white label and fully customisable solution you can be up and running with your own version of app and online ordering in as little as two weeks. Preoday, therefore, takes the hassle and expense out of launching shopfront-less restaurants and opens up this opportunity to all food entrepreneurs.

It’s clear then that while the restaurant industry appears to be moving more and more online Preoday is perfectly positioned to help restaurant owners take advantage of this trend and open up their business to a whole new market.

Image credit click: here

 

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The online future of the restaurant sector

The online future of the restaurant sector

The online future of the restaurant sector

Innovation in the restaurant space has been slowly heating up since Just Eat first began operating over a decade ago. And we’ve now reached a point where the idea of a physical restaurant as an independent destination is becoming less important, while the concept of a virtual restaurant that exists at your convenience is becoming ever more integrated into daily life. This is going to change the way we eat, what we eat and even what our high streets look like.

The traditional model for the restaurant business is centred around bricks and mortar locations, or at a push food trucks. It invariably involves the patron queuing and spending time waiting for the chefs to prepare their food. But crucially, it’s also deeply inefficient for the restaurant – they have to fill and maintain what is typically a large space that is expensive to run. What’s more, these sites are notoriously difficult, and expensive, to scale up. It all contributes to 60% of new restaurants not making it past the first year – they need much more than merely a delicious secret family recipe to survive.

Now, however, services such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats have opened up a whole new revenue stream for restaurants. By handling the expensive burden of managing delivery these aggregators have enabled restaurants to bolt on a takeaway business to their regular operations. This has fuelled a boom in takeaways, with the average Brit now spending £110 on takeaways a month, and patrons have jumped at the chance to eat food from their favourite restaurants in the comfort of their own home.

In fact, there are entrepreneurs who have spotted the opportunity to capitalise on the takeaway trend further. Businesses such as Pronto and Karma Cans have chosen to eliminate the traditional restaurant location altogether and instead only offer app and online ordering. Their dishes are then delivered ready to eat to customers across London by a fleet of trusted drivers.

The barriers to entry into this new ‘virtual restaurant’ market can seem daunting. But, the beauty of the Preoday platform is that it allows you to build your own ‘virtual restaurant’ without any technical knowledge or expensive app development on your side. With our white label and fully customisable solution you can be up and running with your own version of app and online ordering in as little as two weeks. Preoday, therefore, takes the hassle and expense out of launching shopfront-less restaurants and opens up this opportunity to all food entrepreneurs.

It’s clear then that while the restaurant industry appears to be moving more and more online Preoday is perfectly positioned to help restaurant owners take advantage of this trend and open up their business to a whole new market.

Image credit click: here

 

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The future of restaurants is online

The future of restaurants is online

The future of restaurants is online

Innovation in the restaurant space has been slowly heating up since Just Eat first began operating over a decade ago. And we’ve now reached a point where the idea of a physical restaurant as an independent destination is becoming less important, while the concept of a virtual restaurant that exists at your convenience is becoming ever more integrated into daily life. This is going to change the way we eat, what we eat and even what our high streets look like. Here we discuss the future of restaurants.

The traditional model for the restaurant business is centred around bricks and mortar locations, or at a push food trucks. It invariably involves the patron queuing and spending time waiting for the chefs to prepare their food. But crucially, it’s also deeply inefficient for the restaurant – they have to fill and maintain what is typically a large space that is expensive to run. What’s more, these sites are notoriously difficult, and expensive, to scale up. It all contributes to 60% of new restaurants not making it past the first year – they need much more than merely a delicious secret family recipe to survive.

Now, however, services such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats have opened up a whole new revenue stream for restaurants. By handling the expensive burden of managing delivery these aggregators have enabled restaurants to bolt on a takeaway business to their regular operations. This has fuelled a boom in takeaways, with the average Brit now spending £110 on takeaways a month, and patrons have jumped at the chance to eat food from their favourite restaurants in the comfort of their own home.

In fact, there are entrepreneurs who have spotted the opportunity to capitalise on the takeaway trend further. Businesses such as Pronto and Karma Cans have chosen to eliminate the traditional restaurant location altogether and instead only offer app and online ordering. Their dishes are then delivered ready to eat to customers across London by a fleet of trusted drivers.

The barriers to entry into this new ‘virtual restaurant’ market can seem daunting. But, the beauty of the Preoday platform is that it allows you to build your own ‘virtual restaurant’ without any technical knowledge or expensive app development on your side. With our white label and fully customisable solution you can be up and running with your own version of app and online ordering in as little as two weeks. Preoday, therefore, takes the hassle and expense out of launching shopfront-less restaurants and opens up this opportunity to all food entrepreneurs.

It’s clear then that while the restaurant industry appears to be moving more and more online Preoday is perfectly positioned to help restaurant owners take advantage of this trend and open up their business to a whole new market.

Image credit click: here

 

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