Paul Mizen, CEO & board member of Hospitality Action commented:
“The Coronavirus emergency is an unprecedented challenge and the Government’s advice to minimise social interaction has had a serious impact across our hospitality sector. Pubs, bars, restaurants, hotels, contract caterers, care homes, hospitals and many more are suffering. So, to help support our industry at this challenging time we have decided to make CaterCloud FREE for all users.
“For me it’s about giving something back to an industry that has given me so much over the years, I have worked in hospitality since the age of 14. It’s been a great influence on my life both work wise and socially. I have made so many friends through working in this wonderful industry and had some of the most memorable nights out with great people. The hospitality industry shaped the person I am today, giving me a work ethic that has helped me develop into the business owner I am today.
“Working in the hospitality industry is like being in a family, you build many lifelong relationships, going through sad times and great times together. At the moment it’s a bloody tough place to be. Like a family we are all rallying round supporting each other, and like a family we will come through this stronger. The CaterCloud system is free to use. Try it, you have nothing to lose, and it will save you time and money.
“As the hospitality industry prepares for the post-Coronavirus recovery, CaterCloud provides the tools you need to manage your food quality and safety, in addition to maximising efficiencies and reducing costs.
“We anticipate that businesses will be dealing with many unknowns, so we want to remove one worry from your business, the cost to serve, with no annual subscription. We had already refunded all our CaterCost clients’ subscriptions fees in April to help them with their costs. We are now continuing to invest in CaterCloud and will be launching a new enhanced system in September this year.”
“CaterCloud is part of the E-F family of businesses which supplies thousands of sites across the UK with: food, catering equipment, furniture, janitorial and hospitality supplies, laundry and linen, stationery and office equipment, uniforms, white goods and utilities.
Because of the range and geographic spread of our suppliers, the E-F Group is in a strong position to provide purchasing support to any catering businesses that may have trouble with supplies.
Paul continued, “I fully appreciate the huge challenge that businesses in our industry are facing to survive in this unprecedented emergency. The E-F Group is in a strong position to step in to fill any gaps and so it’s right that we assist businesses at this time.”
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