Move over, food bloggers and Instagram influencers: there’s a new restaurant partner in town. Joining forces with a charitable organization is an emerging trend in the hospitality industry. Of course, some restaurants have allied themselves with a cause for years (or created their own foundation entirely, like BJ’s), but it’s now, in a social media world of high visibility, that this movement is really gaining traction. Below, we’ll take you through the main reasons why your restaurant would benefit from a cause, as well as how you can put this into practice. Read on for inspiration. It’s good for business As a restaurant owner, you might not see supporting a charitable organization as high on your priority list. With overheads and market competition rising,
How to make use of any surplus restaurant working capital may be one of the most important decisions which you have to make as a business owner.
Millennials — now the largest restaurant customer segment in the U.S. — have a preference for conducting retail and restaurant transactions without having to speak to a live person — using a tabletop ordering system, for example.
Most restaurateurs believe in the power of mobile tech, but quite a few aren’t sure they can use it to their full advantage going forward because novelties are coming too rapidly for them to digest.
With so much competition in the restaurant business, becoming a kid-friendly service will give you an edge over others and improve your profits. While you may not be able to discipline the kids that come your way, you can make it easier for the parents.