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COVID-19 News


James said: “2020 has undoubtedly been a very difficult year for business, none more so than those on the high street and in the hospitality sector. Next year is certainly a time to refocus, reset and ascertain how to take your business forward and potentially grow, taking into account new purchasing habits and restrictions which may still be in place.


“The best ways to diversify a company will always focus on providing the most value for the customer. There are many options when it comes to diversifying, but the most natural is to introduce a complimentary product or service that you already provide to customers.


The best ways to diversify a company will always focus on providing the most


value for the customer.


“For example, if you run a restaurant, why not consider offering a take-away service or a deli selling some of your favourite products and a few new ones too? Or indeed introducing a convenience store element, like that at Eat17, to a pub or bar.”


James added: “It is important for business owners to remain optimistic and to really focus on how they can adapt what they offer and do to fit in with this new way of shopping and living.


“There are opportunities out there – it’s about identifying the ones that work for you. We believe our Eat17 model has the potential to work well for retailers with bricks and mortar premises to offer shoppers something different.”


www.eat17.co.uk


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January 2021


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