McDonald's is testing an unusual way to get visitors to communicate with each other
McDonald's has launched an exciting new campaign, hoping to force clients to stop looking at their phones during meals.
Many restaurateurs are not very good experience from what users upload ruthless documentary about your dinner on social networks.
Of course, this method is a way of free marketing, and he actively encouraged lot of time in cafes and restaurants.
McDonald's is also concerned that some people break the process of feeding the constant desire to photograph a big Mac.
In Singapore, the fast food giant is trying to put into practice "storage of mobile phones" to induce its customers not to be distracted and to talk to each other.
McDonald's introduced a new way cafe zone without the phone in your Singapore branch Marine Cove, focusing on families and encouraging young people to give their phone storage and start a conversation with someone.
You can imagine the scene when the coffee shop nobody looks in the phone? It will be like in 90-ies of the last century.