PM confirms hospitality sector will reopen on 4th July

PM confirms hospitality sector will reopen on 4th July

Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced today that Britain’s bars, pubs and restaurants can make their long awaited return on 4th July, as the two metre lockdown rules are relaxed.

The Prime Minister’s announcement will provide the green light for all indoor hospitality venues to reopen with table service and reduced staff and hospitality businesses across the country will now begin their final preparations to ensure they can make a safe and successful return. A new hospitality app launches to help venues transition into the post-COVID landscape.

In an effort to help bars, pubs and restaurants transition into the new age of post-Covid hospitality, British tech pioneers Ubamarket have launched a new app to facilitate the return of the hospitality sector. The uBARmarket hospitality app will enable bars and pubs to offer a range of features designed to improve and streamline the hospitality experience safely, including map search, remote ordering, in-app payments and automatic loyalty points.

“Whilst millions of people across the country will celebrate the return of the hospitality sector, it is undeniable that Covid-19 has left a lasting impression that will be felt for many weeks and months to come with the hospitality experience set to change forever. ” observes Will Broome CEO of Ubarmarket, ” With all of Britain’s hospitality venues remaining closed for three months, it is of paramount importance that these hospitality businesses are able to successfully return to trading, whilst still maintaining hygiene and safety standards and offering a quality customer experience”.

The app is ready to integrate with all bars, pubs and restaurants, with uBARmarket’s POS partners providing thousands of venues across the UK, Europe and Australia with access to the technology.

For further information about the uBARmarket app visit their website here.

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