We want to do all that we can to make sure our customers and community we serve are kept safe and can operate during this period. 

We’ve collected suggestions, ideas and links to public resources with the goal of trying to help our customers stay informed,  keep your doors open and rethink your business to get through this time. 

Convert your Business to Take Away and Delivery

Based on our work with cafes and restaurants around the world these are ideas for converting your business and may need to be adapted to your business. These articles include considerations as you decide what's right for you and your business.

Click on each article in this series or more information: 

Safety First - videos, links and Department of Health information
Consider Using a Delivery Service - DIY or use a delivery service
How to Organise Your Team - reshape your team to pivot your business
Change the Layout of Your Cafe or Business -  avoid cross-contamination
Help Customers Feel Comfortable to Order- maintain your customer confidence

Keep Current

Information is moving fast and mis-information moves even faster. We try to get the facts from reliable resources like government websites and here are a few to help.

Latest Relief and Government Response to COVID-19
Prime Minister's Statements
Economic Support Package Release
Small Business Relief Packages
Keep Your Business Running

Add Your Business to Lists to Let Customers Know Your Open

Saving Plates
Resy’s Guide to Takeaway in Sydney
Concrete Playground Sydney
Live List: Adelaide Restaurants Pivoting to Takeaway Due to Coronavirus
Live List: Melbourne Restaurants Pivoting to Takeaway Due to Coronavirus


Offer gift vouchers and cards using a service such as SaveOurHospo.org

We’re here to help. We mean it.

Through this incredibly challenging time, our 24/7 support team is here to help wherever we can. Please get in touch with the team to see how we can assist you through our online support chat.

Please note we are not affiliated with all organisations mentioned, and all links are publicly available.

Continue to the next article in this series: Safety First

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