As even a cursory glance, figures and business closures around the country will show, 2020 has to be the worst year in the history of modern restaurants.
For many restaurants' owners, to reopen after a multi-month shutdown, there might not be much choice except to press on. Investments have been made, contracts and leases signed, and opening and reopening, even if only for takeout, delivery and perhaps outdoor dining, are the only paths to recouping any losses sustained during the shutdown.
For those restaurant owners who move to reopen indoor dining, they could be facing an uphill battle.
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Michel Ouellette JMD, ll.l., ll.m
Systemic Strategic Planning / Crisis & Reputation Management