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Ignoring the substantive issue you're facing and focusing on the process of problem resolution, the general flow looks something like this: Clearly articulated problem statement: seems like you have that; Identification and analysis of potential root cause(s): seems like you have this, too; Analysis of Alternatives (various business model possibilities): ...


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One restaurant I know came up with a daily changing menu for a minimum price that they could deliver to the elderly within their area. Became very popular, and of course, they did not just focus on the elderly as a change from home cooking can be welcome to all. Not sure if they continue it as conditions due to cv19 have changed. But you have to look at ...


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I would start with getting a clear overview of the constraints on the possible solutions. And with constraints I mean the limitations that are not within your (or the business owner's) power to change. For example, if the authorities put a limit on the number of people a restaurant is allowed to serve (e.g. no one inside, max 30 people outside), then ...


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