How to successfully re-open the ‘Craic’ EconomyPosted in : Coaching in the Moment on 13 May 2021
The well-known economist, David McWilliams, loves to coin phrases to address new situations. The creator of unforgettable terms such as ‘The Pope’s Children’, ‘Breakfast Roll Man’ and the ‘Ghost Estates’ has not been found wanting during the current economic whirlwind. The sector facing the biggest challenge due to the pandemic is, according to McWilliams, the ‘Craic’ Economy.
The economy that is experienced in hotels, pubs, festivals and restaurants is a people business and in the Republic of Ireland it is about to re-open. In one fell swoop we will experience hungry and cash-rich customers being served by newly recruited service teams. For businesses, these next few months have to
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