Wagamama aims to combat post-pandemic isolation in new campaign
The pan-Asian restaurant chain said it will trial the opening of study areas on its benches at 30 sites across England and Scotland.
Wagamama has launched a campaign encouraging students to study together in an attempt to combat “loneliness and post-pandemic isolation.”
The pan-Asian restaurant chain said it will trial the opening of study areas on its benches at 30 sites across England and Scotland for over a month.
Students will be invited to the “study and connection sessions” during afternoons from Monday to Wednesday and be offered free green tea. Wagamama also created a menu with exclusive prices if students “want to dine in during or after their studies.”
“The initiative has been created because for thousands of young people this will be their first year at university, their first time living in a new city, and a daunting moment in their lives that’s been made more difficult following the pandemic,” the chain said in an announcement.