In the first year of operation following the completion of a refurbishment at the Savoy Group’s Claridges in central London in 1998, turnover increased by 38% and profitability by more than 90%.
May is THE best month to get those inviting, stand-out exterior shots of your venue taken.
It’s the simplest of things that help build a good brand in hospitality but it’s surprising to see how many businesses get them wrong.
Working with someone who knows what they’re doing means less stress for you and your team, less wasted time and budget, and better assets to be used in your marketing.
Planning is key to any good marketing strategy, and when it comes to content creation for your restaurant or hotel the same rule applies. Plan, plan, plan. Without good planning, good execution simply won’t be possible.
If you’re a hotel, restaurant, bar or café you will know that by not having a strong presence on social media you are not doing your business any favours.
We’ve worked with small, independent cafes as well as some of the world’s biggest 5 star hotels, and no matter the size or stature of the business one thing remains constant, the importance of a strong team.
Whether you need to capture your new menu so you can share it across social media or need your newly decorated bedrooms shooting for your website, it’s important to plan your shoot days well.
Keeping your content calendar full of creative, high-quality imagery is a challenge at best. It can be a struggle to stay 3-6 months ahead of each event/season and working out when you can fit photoshoots into your busy schedule can be a organisational nightmare, especially in the hospitality industry...
Robert Haynes is a self-taught sugar artist from Lancashire who is now living, working and inspiring here in London. Robert has a keen eye for food presentation and design that led him down the path of sugary artistry after training as a chef.