For the users of commercial vans – whether the small corner bakery or courier giant UPS – this is the year that your model landscape changes forever.
The foodservice industry hasn’t leapt at online ordering as quickly as other retail sectors have. Let’s face it: food doesn’t ship as easily or stay as fresh as apparel does and it can’t morph into a downloadable format like music or media. The success of virtual grocery stores has been lacklustre and when push comes to shove, who’s really sitting at a desk ordering baked goods on their computer? Hardly anybody. This is precisely why we need to revisit our digital strategies. We don’t go to our computers anymore, they come along with us.
Bakery owner Chase Stackhouse follows a different tune when it comes to equipment repairs.
Representatives for three different equipment companies chat about trends, technology and offer tips on purchasing equipment.
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Bakery Showcase Montréal 2019
May 5-6, 2019