Optimizing Meal Delivery Services
“Uber Eats. The delivery service we love to hate,” says Joelle Parenteau. An average 30% cost on each delivery order is a heavy burden as restaurants struggle to keep their doors
“Uber Eats. The delivery service we love to hate,” says Joelle Parenteau.
An average 30% cost on each delivery order is a heavy burden as restaurants struggle to keep their doors open. Many Ottawa restaurant owners share the same struggles.
So, let’s talk about it!
We invite you to join Joelle Parenteau, owner and operator of Wolf Down, on Thursday August 18, 2020, at 3 PM, for a Q&A to discuss optimizing a third-party meal delivery service.
Would you increase your prices on meal delivery apps to off-set the cost?
Do you think customers would pay more for the convenience?
Would they even notice a price increase?
Have you considered local meal delivery services?
Ask questions about the different options that may exist.
Share your experience in steering through these difficult times with other restaurant operators. And gain new and valuable insights from owners that are on the same journey!
The reality of slim profit margins for restaurants has owners discovering new ways to sustain their business while adapting to what could be a new normal.
Join the conversation and discuss the journey you have come upon!
Third-time entrepreneur, first-time restaurateur, Joelle was ready for a new challenge: bringing Berlin Street Food to Ottawa. Inspired by her German fiancée who missed this food from home, and having fallen in love with döner herself while visiting his family, Joelle takes what she’s learned from start-ups to tackle the restaurant industry in her own unconventional way.
(Tuesday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST