As reported by the New York Post, restaurants and bars in New York City have developed new ways (and apps) to generate incremental revenue, including: an app that helps users connect with a place to go to the bathroom; a service that enables restaurants and hotel lobbies to rent out table-top “office space” during off-hours so that individuals can work with their laptops or notebooks; and another service that enables individuals passing through, or waiting to leave, the city a place to temporarily store their bags or luggage. Some providers are looking to realize thousands of dollars weekly or monthly by signing up to provide one or more with of the different services. One startup in the field offers commissions to tour operators, Airbnb hosts and hotels for suggesting its services to their guests. Read more here:
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