When we think of sustainability, we immediately think of the environment. And rightly so, given that we’re under pressure to reach Net Zero by 2030 and tackle climate change.
However, being a sustainable business involves more than this: it’s a 360°-degree topic which affects every area of your business: your people, the local community, your fixtures and fittings, your supply chain, and the list goes on.
Customers are now more sensitive towards Corporate Social Responsibility, and they will support brands that are striving for a more sustainable future.
Governments are increasingly imposing legally binding targets on companies to tackle climate change. Heavy fines have already been issued in some industries. So, our sector could face financial penalties for failing to address this in the near future.
However, your brand reputation could be at risk if you fail to implement and demonstrate your sustainability initiatives. Customers are increasingly voting with their feet.
Essentially, your long-term business sustainability largely depends on looking after your people and the wider local communities where you operate. By nurturing a loyal workforce, supporting the wider local community and its environment, you are creating more stable foundations for your business to continue prospering in the future.
Streamlining your processes through digitisation saves time, reduces paper, food and energy wastage. MAPAL offers a complete suite of hospitality solutions that enable you to become more efficient and reach sustainability targets for restaurants:
- Flow Learning
- Next generation learning and development platform offering engaging bite-size content, enhancing your team’s professional development and improving your retention rates.
- Easilys f&b
- Kitchen inventory and waste management software providing a sleek paperless process for stock control, purchasing, waste management and standardising menus and food portions across all sites.
- Prevents downtime by helping you efficiently manage all your maintenance needs for equipment, fixtures and fittings. Your facilities will last longer, giving you more value for money and reducing the amount you throw away.