As we all adapt and adjust to our new normal, the businesses that are making changes to accommodate a new way of doing things are thriving. NAI Elliott broker Rudy Puente shared what is working for his client, a local chain of sushi restaurants with 27 locations and 10 potential new restaurants in the works. Momiji adapted a no contact service model early on at all their locations, as well as offering pick up or delivery services. Their new business model is thriving, allowing their business to grow during this unprecedented time.
Look at the pandemic as an opportunity. Test drive a model for your business that you think might work and keep adjusting until you get it right. If you can understand the value of doing things differently and make the changes that are right for your business, you will create a successful model for yourself moving forward.