The Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Night-Clubs and Pastries in Lebanon and Hospitality Services in collaboration with Apave, come to the rescue of the Beirut’s restaurant sector with NUSANED.
Ramy said that even though the tourism industry generated USD 80 billion within ten years, the government did not lead any initiative towards supporting it.
From changing customers’ behavior to new strategies that will help businesses pivot and thrive, COVID-19 is changing the F&B scenery in the region.
Nemer Saliba, co-founder of Uberhaus, said the idea behind this musical festival is to take action and mobilize electronic music lovers to save the hospitality industry.
Out of 9,500 restaurant outlets in the market, 10 percent will resume their operations next week with just 30 percent of their capacity.
The board of directors of the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Night-Clubs & Pastries in Lebanon (RCNP) presided by Tony Ramy convened on Monday 11 November at the Syndicate headquarters to discuss the current economic situation in the country. After much deliberation the Syndicate RCNP issued the following open letter to officials: