Category: Tips and Resources

  • How to Spend Your Time Now, to Prepare for the Future

    Event professionals are used to a go-go-go lifestyle; you are constantly planning, producing, and executing. But, what happens when you’re forced to stand still for a moment? Shutting down completely isn’t an option, especially when you don’t know at what point you’ll be called back into action. For this unprecedented furlough, continuing to educate yourself […]

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  • 5 Productive Things Restaurants Can Do During Slow Periods

    It’s no secret that the Coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the restaurant and hospitality industry. Around the world, restaurants are temporarily shuttering their dining rooms and trying to stay afloat on takeout and delivery — resulting in a lot of downtime for restaurant chefs, managers, and remaining staff. While this slow period is obviously […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    We’re still in this together. Here is my weekly roundup of hospitality news surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic. Lease lessons With many restaurants facing closures amidst the Covid-19 crisis, and until the government issues a rent freeze, struggling owners are dealing with hard questions surrounding their lease contracts. Keeping an open line of communication with your […]

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  • New Feature! Takeout and Delivery Lead Form

    In an effort to continue to support our customers in any way we can, we’ve introduced a new lead form feature to facilitate delivery and takeout services. Check out these step by step instructions along with a quick video tutorial to get you started. First, you’ll need to set up the delivery and takeout lead […]

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  • This Week In Hospitality

    The very core of the hospitality industry was built around the idea of being social. So what happens when the act of being social is banned? It sounds like a nightmare, and it feels like one too. With more than a million restaurants in the United States alone, the Coronavirus pandemic is a nightmare that […]

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  • 4 Examples of How Restaurants Have Adapted to the Coronavirus

    As the Coronavirus outbreak continues to force restaurants to close their doors to in-house dining, restaurants are trying their hardest to creatively adapt to the new normal. This includes restaurants creating takeout operations where none existed, bars offering cocktail delivery, and promoting do-it-yourself “survival kits.” We found some particularly creative venues giving us hope during […]

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  • 8 Ways to Support Local Restaurants During the Coronavirus

    As people around the globe are being implored to stay home and avoid social settings, the restaurant industry is bearing the brunt of the Coronavirus pandemic’s negative economic effects. More and more restaurants are being ordered to move to a takeout/delivery-only model for the foreseeable future, causing food service workers to be laid off and […]

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  • Using Tripleseat for Takeout Business

    We know that many of you are currently reworking your businesses in light of the recent state of emergency due to the Coronavirus. Most likely you’re either implementing a new takeout option or expanding the one you already had. Using Tripleseat as a platform for executing takeout orders is a viable solution; simply follow these […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the havoc the Coronavirus is currently wreaking on the hospitality industry. With states of emergency being called in cities across the country, including New York City and Boston, events are being canceled left and right. Hotels, restaurants, and unique venues of all types are feeling the monetary effects […]

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