Aussie Chef Supporting Our Industry During COVID-19
We at Aussie Chef Clothing Company would like to extend our support during this time of unprecedented challenges, impacting us all in the Hospitality, Food and Drink Industries and beyond.
Managing Director and Founder of Aussie Chef, Nicholas Bacash, has been an integral part of the Hospitality, Food and Drink Industries for over 34 years. He remarked the other day to his staff, “Our business survived the GFC, and although times were really tough, with hard work and perseverance, we emerged stronger than before. I know this current situation is looking to be much worse, but knowing our Aussie spirit we will endure the challenges and come out smarter than before.”
Many cities in Australia are well known around the world as Culinary Capitals. Top chefs and restaurateurs believe there’s no other country in the world that can boast the diversity and quality of its food, wine, coffee, etc. Because of this, we feel the industry will rebound.
Many businesses will suffer significant financial impact, even when the green light is given to reopen. However, history has repeatedly demonstrated that businesses can endure, even survive in uncertain and troubled times. And we hope this will be the case with our wonderful customers, especially in light of the different relief packages on offer through the Australian government to help businesses, employers, employees and the self-employed.
Although all of us are inundated with tasks and intense pressures right now, we want our customers to know that we at Aussie Chef are here to help. Whether it be a struggling chef in need of a new chef uniform, or a business needing more protective wear in the changing landscape of hygiene protocols. Reach out to us, via email @ email@example.com or calling us directly on 03 9427 0033, and we will see what we can do to help and support you.
“Remember, as it is often being said, we are in this together, no one person is unaffected. If we all work together, we can beat this temporary halt to business and come out the other end with strengthened relationships and heightened business reputations.” - Nicholas Bacash