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Fast Company has a good piece about restaurant industry companies that "are doing more than survive the COVID-19 crisis. They’re setting themselves - and the entire industry - up for future success. Chicago-based reservation management platform Tock is helping independent restaurants offer order and delivery services, while Slice does something similar for local pizzerias. Sensor company OneDine has adapted its technology to help restaurants set up new drive-through services, and New York-based architecture firm Rockwell Group allows them to create outdoor spaces quickly and efficiently."

It is all part of an industry-wide effort to recalibrate the restaurant sector for a post-pandemic world in which where they may be more unknowns than knowns.

You can read it here.