ServeSafely solution for socially distant dining and drinking has gained mainstream media coverage.

Our recent launch of ServeSafely solutions to support the safe reopening of hospitality businesses has received a host of national media attention. We’ve gathered all the latest coverage here.

JUNE 2020

Pubs, restaurants and shops can ignore two-metre rule when they reopen but should ban singing and shouting because it spreads Covid, government scientists say

Read the full article from The Daily Mail here

MAY 2020

Restaurants could see us all try socially-distanced dining when lockdown ends

Crave Interactive hope to roll out their ServeSafely technology across the UK’s pubs and restaurants after lockdown as it will offer customers the chance to order food without a server present.

Read the full Daily Star article here


Socially distanced dining could be the solution to reopening Britain’s pubs and restaurants after lockdown

Read the full article from The Sun here.

Online menus, apps, self service and even robots – how shops and restaurants will reopen

The adoption of new technology will be accelerated as retail and hospitality sectors work towards reopening, experts reveal

Read the full article from The Telegraph here.

Robot waiters and ordering apps: how technology could help to save the hospitality industry

Some restaurants are due to open in early July – can technology help make social distancing in hospitality possible?

Read the full article from The Telegraph here.

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