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Appetite For Innovation: 4 Strategic Initiatives To Improve Your Guest Experience

by Jamie Podhaizer, Kate Fairweather

The restaurant industry is facing new challenges as customers expect a great experience across every touchpoint and channel. Winning restaurants embrace technology to create the customer experience of the future, while finding new ways to diversify revenue, transform operations, and rethink store formats. At Fahrenheit 212, we have partnered with some of the best-in-class CDRs/FCs/QSRs to bring new experiences and products to market. In the process, we have identified four emergent business opportunities based on the ever-evolving landscape around us. If these key opportunities aren’t on your radar, or don’t occupy a line on your strat planning gantt, they should be. Read More

I have a colleague who likes to say that innovation is a contact sport – that behind the glitzy product launches and gilt-lined successes is sweat, toil, friction, uncertainty and discomfort.  And it’s only through these moments of ‘contact’ that truly new and transformative strategies, ideas and innovations can emerge.  So it was a joy to peek behind the curtain... Read More

We're excited to begin accepting project submissions for this year’s Fahrenheit X partnership. Each summer, Fahrenheit 212 deploys our talent and expertise to support the efforts of a mission-driven organization working to address intractable social challenges. Past partners in the Fahrenheit X program include Robin Hood, Teach for America, the City of New York, and The Guggenheim Museum. Read on for an overview of the program and how to apply. We’d love to work with you. Read More

News

A Year of Innovation Outcomes

by Fahrenheit 212

At Fahrenheit 212, we solve problems across the ever-changing landscape of Innovation from growth strategies and business model innovation to new customer experiences, products and services, across different sectors and geographies. Read More

People

Voices Of Fahrenheit: Franz Luquet

by Saskia Hawkins

Fahrenheit 212’s people are the best and brightest innovators in the world. We hail from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and industries, but are connected by a shared passion to make things better and to make better things. Voices of Fahrenheit is a series that shares perspectives from the individuals behind the innovations at Fahrenheit 212 to give you a glimpse into... Read More

Thought Leadership

From Blurring Lines to Conscious Collisions

by Jenny Wu, Roxanne Mosavar-Rahmani, Leah Filler, Joe Tanner

In the last few years, we’ve witnessed blurring lines that span consumer lifestyles, channel dynamics, and category trends, setting the stage for innovation. Read More

“Money, get away / Get a good job with good pay and you're okay” - Pink Floyd “Anywhere you go it's the same cry, money worries” - Bedouin Soundclash “I don't know what they want from me  / it's like the more money we come across / the more problems we see” - Notorious B.I.G From rock stars to rappers,... Read More

Thought Leadership

Building for a Flexible Future

by Evan Allen

As retail storefronts vacate, we have an opportunity to rethink how to plan for future experiences. The third piece in our "Retail Perspectives" series explores this shifting paradigm. Read More

News

Innovator Interview: Gabor Tankovics of Dartboard

by Aayush Gupta, Tom Abraham

Dartboard is the first student loan benefit of its kind. With Dartboard, each payment the employee makes on their loans is matched by their employer as a contribution to their retirement account – all with a model that also gives the employer tax benefits. By linking student loans and 401(k) contributions, Dartboard aims to turn the $1.4 trillion student loan... Read More

I’ve spent a lot of time in airports recently, in fact, a lot more than I would care or choose to. Sometimes the journey from my front door to the plane door is simple, fast and easy. Sometimes it is punctuated with flight delays, bad food and long queues at security. The variables in the travel equation are almost always... Read More

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