Crisis to opportunity

Food on the go: Hotels moved from dine-in to takeaway dining to keep their F&B offerings going amid the recent movement control order.

INNOVATIVE solutions are needed to help Malaysia’s hospitality and tourism sectors – one of the worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic – recover and revitalise.

From offering their food and beverage (F&B) menu to the public via online delivery platforms, to expanding their laundry and limousine services and beyond to their guests, creating alternative revenue streams will help the sectors maintain profitability in the years to come.

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