We have watched as the pandemic has gutted the economy, altered consumer behavior, and destroyed longstanding businesses essentially overnight. While some industries have thrived, the hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit.
This week we chat with Marlo Fogelman. Marlo is the founder and CEO of marlo marketing, a full-service integrated agency dedicated to a single purpose: delivering unsurpassed ROI to clients in the worlds of Food, Beverage, and Hospitality.
The marketing world has been turned on its head since the COVID-19 crisis exploded. Consumers are behaving differently, budgets are being cut, supply chains are broken and many products are seemingly non-essential in our new reality.
A couple of weeks ago I shared some insight into some essential business travel I’ve been doing over the past two months. I just returned from another trip to San Antonio. I was curious myself to see what the changes might look like, given that some states – like Texas --have now
When people hear that I’m traveling, there is shock. There is concern for my safety. And there is more shock. “Essential travel” means many things to many people; in my opinion, traveling for a client that provides my team with work amid the pandemic certainly qualifies as “essential.”