If you’re like me, your smartphone has changed the way you do just about everything, including ordering food at your restaurant of choice.
If you think about it, before the pandemic hit, mobile ordering was an “extra”-—a bonus to offer customers. But when the pandemic hit last spring, mobile ordering became essential—the only safe way to order with little to no human contact.
Mobile ordering has tremendously impacted the restaurant industry and will continue throughout 2021. Here’s what experts expect to see as the year unfolds:
The pandemic has changed customer behavior, and once those changes take hold, they’re unlikely to unravel anytime soon—especially as customers enjoy the convenience, value, and safety of trends like mobile ordering.
As always, let me know if you have questions about these seemingly “here-to-stay” developments. I’m here to help you and your business adjust in any way I can.
After the year we had, I thought I’d share a promising market update as we head into 2021. While the dollar volume for commercial real estate in the U.S. was lower year over year in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, industry experts see several trends poised to positively influence the commercial sector this year -- especially as the coronavirus vaccine looms larger and larger on the horizon.
Here are a few trends we expect to see in 2021:
If you need more information or up-to-date info and guidance this year, I’d love to help. Give me a call and let’s connect -- I look forward to hearing from you!
The First Developer-In-Chief
Four years ago, when Donald Trump was sworn in as president, the commercial real estate industry was brimming with optimism — one of their own promised to bring pro-business stability and economic prosperity to their multitrillion-dollar industry.
For a while, it seemed like Trump was delivering on that hope: He oversaw one of the strongest economies in U.S. history and implemented policies and programs that sought to reward the very industry that made him a billionaire, a household brand name and the leader of the free world.
Hope you’re doing well! I’ve been keeping an eye on quick-service restaurant (QSR) trends and want to share a few thoughts about what to expect in 2021 -- as always, feel free to reach out with any questions.
Throughout the pandemic, QSRs have done all they can to reassure customers and make the dining experience safe, simple, and convenient. Here are a few trends we’re seeing that are likely to continue throughout the year.
As always, give me a call if you’d like to discuss. I look forward to hearing from you.
Eagle Development Group
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