Consumer Revenge Spending - Are you ready for it?

In the last couple of weeks , we've seen China ease the coronavirus lockdown, reopening cities, retail shops reopening for business - an indication that some form of normalcy is returning and the worst has passed.

BEWARE: Reemerging Consumers Are Incoming!

Source: CNN

FEC 2.0: Getting to the Other Side

We’ve distilled key insights Family Entertainment 2.0, Getting to the Other Side to help you rewrite your history with a better, stronger business operation for the consumer who awaits.

Planning Your Customer Win-Back Strategy After Covid-19

As we said in our Be A Game Changer During the Covid-19 Crisis and The Time to Plan Your Reopening is Now blogs, it is imperative you work on your reopening readiness plan with a clear understanding that it’s not "just open the doors and back to business-as-usual." This pandemic has changed the playing field. Research tells us consumers will not return to businesses they perceive as unsafe (elevate your cleaning protocols, including contactless payments) and/or brands that have disconnected during the lockdown.

4 Powerful Tools For Working Remotely

By now, most of the world is homebound due to coronavirus pandemic. And anyone who can work from home is working remotely and some are home-schooling their kids. Business owners are focused on keeping their operations running, albeit remotely. Embed is in the same boat (literally) doing everything virtually. Below are some of the tools used by Embed staffers to keep working at lightning speed, continuing an uninterrupted stream of awesomeness.

  • 4 min read
  • Apr 17, 2020 8:00:00 AM

5 Stages of Working From Home

By now, most of the world is homebound and working from home, settling into these unsettling times. This world of working from home might take some getting used to if you’ve never worked remotely. Whether you’re a novice or work-from-home pro, these 5 stages of working from home during COVID-19 are #relatable.

8 Ways To Cut Costs Without Cutting Staff

There isn't a single leader or business category unchallenged by the coronavirus; scrambling hard against the extraordinary demands to lead their business and teams through this crisis. Small businesses are struggling to stay afloat while implementing safety measures to mitigate risk, protecting their people, family and community. Resist being blinded by the massive scale of the crisis and consider the following: when business resumes, and it will, you need employees (talent is a key asset of Family Entertainment and Attractions; hospitality, service and care makes THE difference to any business). So, consider ways to retain talent by cutting company costs without cutting staff.  

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  • Apr 11, 2020 12:00:00 AM

Negotiating Rent Relief During The Covid-19 Crisis

The coronavirus is testing every leader in every company across all business sectors; there isn’t a single business untouched by the COVID-19 pandemic, including business software  industries, and industries we know, like amusement, F&B, and the entertainment industries. In fact, many refer to the pandemic as an invisible war that doesn’t have a foreseeable end.

Cost Cutting Strategies During Economic Crises

It’s no secret the coronavirus (COVID-19) has completely shaken up life as we know it. It has affected people, businesses, and industries in ways that no one could foresee. During these unprecedented times, we need to return to the basics and take action to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 and economic crisis.

The Time to Plan Your Reopening is Now.

The coronavirus (Covid-19 pandemic) will change the way we do business, the way FEC's operate - and Embed wants to help you lead the way so you can future-proof your business, today. Right now, in the eye of the storm, you're in a state-of-emergency, focused on your very survival. You're not alone. But, astute business people know the opportunity is right here and now, to work smart in the short term (purely tactical) while working on their biz plan (all strategy) and getting their operation ready for opening day, when the crazy-cooped-up homebound families come out and play. Ready to hustle? Let's go!

  • 14 min read
  • Apr 6, 2020 8:00:00 AM

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