With football’s European Championships about to kick off, what lessons can suppliers learn from previous major sporting occasions?
Consumers are ready to return to the On Premise as summer approaches and outdoor space remains an important factor influencing consumers visitation to restaurants and bars, CGA’s On Premise User Study reveals.
Widespread sunshine and the Bank Holiday weekend combined to give drinks sales a much-needed boost in the final days of May.
Business Confidence Survey from CGA and Fourth shows fears of staff shortages after COVID-19 and Brexit, plus challenges in keeping post-furlough teams productive
New CGA research shows appetite for eating and drinking out remains high, though some consumers show caution returning to certain venues
Snapshot Market Recovery Monitor from CGA and AlixPartners indicates a solid return for pubs and restaurants but ongoing challenges for late-night and social venues
Consumers are growing more confident as they start to eat and drink out again after lockdown, CGA’s latest research shows.
From booking a reservation, to ordering and all the way to payment, smartphone technology such as apps, QR codes and other new payment methods have been a key change catalyst in the way consumers interact with restaurants.
Research from CGA’s MealMetrics service suggests consumers are choosing steaks and other classic British dishes as they return to inside dining for the first time this year.
Inflation is starting to return to food and non-alcoholic drinks after months of falling prices, the CGA Prestige Foodservice Price Index reveals.
Fresh research from CGA highlights the growing popularity of the On Premise on public holidays, and the potential for operator-supplier collaboration.