This year, more people than ever will be missing out on Christmas parties and festive events, but these virtual activities are a great way to celebrate with your team and say thank you for all their hard work.
In such uncertain times, it’s normal to experience feelings of anxiety and worry, but by making time for self care and seeking proper support - it’s possible to alleviate these feelings and find moments of calm.
As a second lockdown takes hold, it’s more important than ever to explore new ways to survive a month of closure and continue to bring in revenue. To help you get inspired, we’ve put together a list of local businesses that nailed a Covid-19 pivot.
Lately, we’ve been reviewing UX design, and as a team who aren’t afraid of a little self deprecation, we couldn’t let this series pass without taking a look at one of limber's very early websites from April 2017 (we’re already cringing).
Today, Rishi Sunak has announced three new measures to support businesses and workers through a second coronavirus spike. The measures are to primarily benefit the hospitality sector, with the aim of providing businesses that are not closed but face tougher restrictions with much needed support.
This week we’re turning the attention of our review series to apps and ordering systems to help you tackle table service. If the 10pm curfew wasn’t damaging enough, pubs and restaurants can no longer serve customers at the bar, and for many, this is unfamiliar territory and a brand new challenge.
You guys have been loving our new review series so we’ve decided to devote a whole extra month to it. The week, we’ve decided to look a little closer to home and review Caper and Cure, a fantastic independent kitchen-bar in the heart of Stokes Croft.
With such a saturated market, and so many jumping on the hospitality tech bandwagon, how can you choose a booking platform that's both effective and good value for money? To help you find the right one for you, this week, we turn the attention of our review series to online booking platforms.
Covid-19 has seen the restaurant industry experience a major digital shift, with many adopting better technologies to adapt to new challenges. As technology becomes increasingly necessary for survival, having a website that's both easy to use and attractive to look at, is more important than ever.