1 hr 19 min

#19 The Dandy Partnership Back of House

    • Business

Lifting of restrictions in Australia will give rise to two schools of thought for hospitality operators. To put things back the way they were or to reimagine the future? Hospitality businesses must find a way to survive the pandemic, as well navigate the tough economic conditions that follow.

If ever there was a time for creative thinking and innovation this is it! Cities that get this right will stand to reclaim tourism economy more rapidly, while increasing their attractiveness for global talent.

In the latest episode of the Back of House podcast, Luke Butler and Michael Rodrigues chat to Rohit Roopchand and Michael Goodman of Dandy Partnership.

We get some insight into their experience managing restrictions and customer expectations at varying stages of the pandemic in leading bar/restaurants in Singapore and Hong Kong, two markets with some experience in trading through physical distancing.

Lifting of restrictions in Australia will give rise to two schools of thought for hospitality operators. To put things back the way they were or to reimagine the future? Hospitality businesses must find a way to survive the pandemic, as well navigate the tough economic conditions that follow.

If ever there was a time for creative thinking and innovation this is it! Cities that get this right will stand to reclaim tourism economy more rapidly, while increasing their attractiveness for global talent.

In the latest episode of the Back of House podcast, Luke Butler and Michael Rodrigues chat to Rohit Roopchand and Michael Goodman of Dandy Partnership.

We get some insight into their experience managing restrictions and customer expectations at varying stages of the pandemic in leading bar/restaurants in Singapore and Hong Kong, two markets with some experience in trading through physical distancing.

1 hr 19 min

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