No business exists in a vacuum. For every enterprise, whatever sector in which it operates, whatever its final product, it has many suppliers in its supply chain that contribute to the sum of the whole.
The restaurant and hospitality industry is a classic example of multiple livelihoods depending on any single eatery – from the farmers that provide the meat and fresh produce, the baker that bakes the bread, to the suppliers of all the dried goods and non-perishables. Then there’s the delivery vans to the restaurant as well as the delivery services from the restaurant bringing those take away orders to our doors. Not forgetting, of course, the chefs, waiters, kitchen porters and other staff employed directly by the restaurant.
Many businesses have been challenged by successive lockdowns and trading constraints, perhaps none more than restaurants all around the country. Some have survived in spite of the pandemic, although, sadly, many have not.
Proudly SA has convened a webinar challenging businesses to look at their operations differently.
Said Happy Ngidi, CMO of Proudly South African, “We are hosting this webinar in an effort to assist those members companies in this sector remain afloat, at the same time as helping other businesses that may not be Proudly SA members. For now, it cannot be business as usual, we have to find new ways, together, of making things work for the good of the economy and our people.”
The webinar will ask how we can learn from those businesses that have navigated their way through the worst and are still trading, what they did the same and what they did differently.
Join Proudly South African and guests as we discuss ways in which we can all contribute to securing the supply chain of our favourite restaurant as well as many other businesses.
Thursday 22 July between 10h-12h.
Click here to register : : https://bit.ly/3zf76WD