One of the key reasons customers remain loyal to restaurants is the menu selection and consistent delivery of food and drink excellence. Thus, selecting the right food and alcohol vendors is crucial for the continuous success of a restaurant. Here are 3 ways to select your vendors wisely.
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There is a lot of truth in the saying that success is 90 percent attitude. Our state of mind and the way we react to circumstances determine our likelihood to succeed. The invisible scripts and negative self-talk that run our daily thought processes can cause some real damage to our ability to persevere in difficult situations and overcome obstacles to reach success. Here are 5 invisible scripts that control our thought processes and sabotage real chances for success.
Like other small businesses, restaurants deal with common business challenges from staffing and irregular work hours to efficient food and beverage ordering and sanitation compliance. While these challenges are not minor, they can all be more easily addressed in times when restaurants don’t have to worry about cash flow and sales. Finding creative ways to keep loyal customers and attract new ones while boosting your sales is a major asset to any restaurant business. Here are 3 ways to boost your restaurant sales.
Launching a new product into market successfully is one of a few important steps towards ensuring the product will gain popularity with target customers. A successful product launch is never an easy task and it requires a smart marketing strategy. Doing a product launch on a budget adds to the challenges. Here are 3 inexpensive ways to promote your product launch.
How effectively you introduce a product to market determines the success of your brand and your company. You only have one chance to bring the product to market and your introduction has to be impactful to make your product launch successful. There are a few myths about product launch. It is useful to uncover some of them for those of you planning to introduce a new product to market. Here are five myths about how to bring a product to market: