What brands could learn from this simple platter

Too many options, scattered arrangement and no scope of interaction, that’s what we get on our dinner table, each night, each lunch.

Doesn’t it turn you off, even if you’re served your favourite cuisine?

And when it comes to our favourite, we tend to hog more and ending up with overeating. It’s also because the host who knows you love to gorge onto that Rajma Chawal (famous Indian dish), they tend to shower love and serve you more.

This is where the brands can learn and make way for a better experience.

Serving in silos tend to make you feel full, be it visually or getting your food served. And that’s where the integration comes well.

Consistency is the key but has to be closer to you, not in your face but yes just that enough will do.

Scattered servings (be it food or communication to be fed), leaves no room for any insight or interaction which is consistently required, given the changing dynamics of customers and their decision making process.

“This platter will solve the purpose of more closely, integrated communication and leaves a scope of interaction which is a dire need for a brand to be relevant”

It’s the perfect way of taking just enough what you can finish.

It’s more personalized and gives a chance to interact with your customer.

Just serve the right amount and you’re at a better stage to know your customer.

It’s more close to you and more integrated way of hogging onto your lip-smacking dish.

Since the time, we have started using this at our place; it has resulted into lesser food wastage, less effort, makes you feel content (you ate it all) more love towards your favourite dish.

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