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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’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

Editorial Feature

Innovation in 2026: Our Cup Runneth Over

by Corey Newman

The 2026 World Cup will be the first World Cup to be hosted by more than two countries. Although brief on details, the innovation section of the United 2026 Bid signifies a clear intention to do things differently. Technology will play a huge part in everything the hosts and FIFA will do, blending the fan experience, businesses, and the game itself. Read More

As part of Fahrenheit 212’s Innovator Circle thought-leadership programme, we invited a panel of innovators and start-ups ranging from a recently launched company to a new division within one of the world’s most valuable companies and we dug into what it takes to launch, survive and grow within the Trust Economy. The beauty about drawing on the experience of start-ups is they are operating in the white heat of growth – they have to quickly figure out what works and what doesn’t – but the lessons they’ve learnt are eminently transferable to innovators at businesses of any size. Read More

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