No To Last Orders.
The Fight Against All Hospitality Closures in 2023.
No To Last Orders
The hospitality industry is the third largest employer in the UK, it’s the beating heart of the high street and the UK is home to some to a wealth of historic and iconic pubs, restaurants, and venues.
However, the industry is facing its biggest challenges since Covid 19, with rising costs, rail strikes, soaring energy bills and staffing shortages it’s getting tougher and tougher for operators big and small.
So, Bums on Seats have launched their latest campaign ‘No To Last Orders’ – in a bid to give operators the tools to build guest loyalty, increase spend per head and capitalise on occasions that will ultimately create the business resilience needed not only to survive but thrive.
This is a to-the-point, 20 minute webinar from Bums on Seats CEO Amber Staynings.
The webinar will guide operators through quick wins and easy-to-implement solutions across sales, systems, and marketing, with a strong focus on guest loyalty and occasion bookings.
Coming early March!
Our Director of Tech and Partnerships Ed Christmas hosts a series of quick-fire interviews with industry experts AKA Ed Talks (get it!?) .
He’ll be discussing industry challenges, and how supplier partnerships can benefit operators and there’s be a ton of top tips throughout.
The Ed Talks are released weekly
Your FREE ‘No To Last Orders’ Digital Guide is coming late February.
We’ve joined forces with a wealth of industry experts (AKA the hospitality heavyweights), Zonal, Wireless Social, Airship, KAM, Toggle, Datahawks, Mr Yum and Feed it Back to provide operators with a ton of top tips and best practice on how to drive guest loyalty and capitalise on occasions to secure sales growth in 2023.
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A series of 5-minute interview with leading operators led by Bums CEO Amber Staynings.
These interviews will highlight the challenges in the sector and how they are working to overcome them. Operators will be asked 5 questions based around the key issues within the sector ; economy, bills, rail strikes, recruitment and diversity & inclusivity.
Coming in March!