Chris Lloyd, CAVA’s VP of Finance and Business Development, is faced with a challenge critical to CAVA Grill’s continued growth: delivery. For a quick service restaurant (QSR), the opportunity to capture more customers on a daily basis with delivery is significant, though feasibility and cost considerations for a low-margin offering can make implementation difficult. The two primary options Lloyd presents are in-house or partnership with a national delivery provider. These options become more meaningful when weighed against CAVA’s plans for growth. What delivery option presents the greatest opportunity for success on CAVA’s terms?
Driving every decision at the Electronic Gaming Federation (EGF) is the fact that the collegiate esports market is very underdeveloped. As EGF races to build the market upon which they stand, they run into the issue that their consumers, the administrators making purchasing decisions around membership to EGF’s leagues, may not have any understanding of esports, nor do they seem to have an awareness of its presence and force amongst students on campus. Speaking to the value esports can bring to a university requires tangible evidence of student interest, but time is of the essence as the market continues to grow. What can EGF do to facilitate larger engagement for a better appeal to administrators in order to establish a formal program with EGF’s help?