Weekly Briefing Report
My free Weekly Briefing Report is a summary of significant current stories and a first-stage analysis of how coronavirus is affecting the foodservice sector in the UK.
I started to produce it in the first week of lockdown to record how operators, suppliers, investors, the government, and others initially reacted. Then I started to show how their thinking and actions subsequently developed.
It now also includes my considered thoughts on the enormously wide range of issues that confront the foodservice sector within a framework of unparalleled uncertainty.
Premium Briefing Report series
Each year receive twelve paid-for reports including 8 Monthly Briefing Reports and 4 Quarterly Briefing Reports. Each monthly report includes up to 20 pages of easy to assimilate, bullet pointed news – all in one place to make it easy to capture items that are relevant for sales stories, internal messaging and keeping yourself up to date.
Each monthly report also includes three or four pages of commentary on a key issue in the month. Each quarterly report also includes my forecasts for the next two quarters and a summary of the key factors affecting the market.
Delivery the Disruptor
Delivery has already shown itself to be the unprecedented disruptor of the restaurant industry. Currently worth well over £100 billion in consumer sales worldwide, its meteoric growth and ever-evolving shape continues to change the market landscape.
In my white paper, I share some of the key issues that are faced by operators and delivery companies, and my thoughts on where the market is going, based on my experience of talking to investors and operators and analysing restaurant delivery across three continents.
What does this new worldwide phenomenon mean for the restaurant industry?
Ones to Watch
Ones to Watch highlights new growth opportunities for investors and suppliers. The report and data identify early stage, fast growing foodservice operator brands and concepts based on strict criteria that establish credentials for growth.