Stevie Ross

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Our thoughts on hospitality and low inflation.

Posted by Stevie Ross on Sep 16, 2020 11:52:09 AM

I'm not the guy with all the answers but we sort of knew it would drive inflation to an all-time low as hospitality prices were reduced, less money floating around the economy in August, the consumer spend was extremely low due to government support. The government knew this was going to happen but had their hands tied due to low consumer confidence leaving their front door. The hospitality sector was also backed into a corner and many of these businesses had no choice but to jump on the EOTHO scheme. To run a brick-and-mortar business in this country is costly, bills bills bills, there is no escaping these horrid things. 

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Topics: enjoy stevie, Coronavirus COVID-19, Eat Out, restaurant discounts, Lock down

Restaurants Vs Consumer.

Posted by Stevie Ross on Jun 27, 2020 11:12:35 AM

It's, of course, great news that many restaurants are reopening from the 4th July but this will not be easy with so many rules and regulations. Will customers get their quick fix? As it's been a long time coming then realise it is not what it's cracked up to be. I'm sure restaurants are set to make the smoothest experience possible under these circumstances and gearing up the best they can but do so many rules put people off? We have learned so much by cooking at home, making dishes we never thought we'd make and saving money along the way. The home life hasn't been all bad but getting socially active outside your home will always be needed, creating memories, taking Instagram worthy pics and setting your self free from your everyday life... we all need to let our hair down and get socially connected... so this is where the hospitality industry comes in. A real focus is on helping brick-and-mortar businesses stay afloat, it's our responsibility, as to how can we make these type of memories without them.

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Topics: enjoy stevie, Coronavirus COVID-19, Restaurants, Hospitality

A message from our founder.

Posted by Stevie Ross on Mar 25, 2020 9:17:38 AM
 
I feel like we're in a different time zone, once commuting to work as normal to all of a sudden seeing people look like the world is about to end. Covid-19 sounds more like a movie title, masked up and covered from head to toe, people scared to get close to one another or even do a common handshake, to now not leaving your front door. Times have changed with a blink of an eye.

We are a central London based tech startup called Enjoy Stevie , getting people into restaurants is our thing, our motto is ''Don't Order In Tonight, Eat Out With Stevie''.
 
From having a buzzing few months and undoubtedly working harder than ever before, our company has come to a standstill. Being in Tech our cost per day is high and currently being a small revenue based company is even harder. From our London office closed to all of our restaurant partners shut down, the world has frozen. 

As I say ''When the shit hits the fan, come up with something great and turn a negative into a positive''.  At Stevie, we are always driving forward to be the best we can be, we run our company on kindness, creativity, originality and passion, to one day be leader in the restaurant discounts market. We are always one step ahead, we've got back to the lab and we're rustling something up for every single UK restaurant for when the world reopens. 

For now, it's order in tonight, but we'll be back.

Founder,
Stevie Ross
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