You can’t bank on many things in the restaurant industry but you can surely count on this: Real estate is going to be a pain if the current global pandemic continues for long.
In the last few years Indian restaurant real estate market has experienced robust activity, with food being the first love of all mall developers. However, the activity has tapered off lately. While metrics are still positive, there’s a pervading sense in the industry that the current volumes won’t last.
Hear from restaurant and real-estate industry experts discuss about rethinking the real-estate market, ensuring safety and hygiene, asset management and more.
What you can expect thought this Virtual Conference:
How landlords and tenants interact over the coming months?
Focusing on 'price discovery' and asset management
Force Majeure: Is Waiving Rentals will solve the problem?
Capital expenditures limited to maintenance only by Restaurants
Negotiating with builders to delay construction of restaurants scheduled to open in 2020
What special provisions can be made to turn a low off premise Restaurant Business Model concept to low off premise concept from a real estate standpoints – New Probabilities & Possibilities
Building a safe environment: How restaurants and malls can partner to ensure higher hygiene and customer safety?
Know more about Varun Tuli, Owner, Yum Yum Cha, Food Inc. Catering & Noshi-Yum Asian Delivery
Varun Tuli completed his Bachelor's in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2005, but food is the greatest passion for the young restaurateur who is also a budding chef. As a continuously innovating entrepreneur, Varun is always looking for new ways and ideas to bring to life individual passions.