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Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep.77 – COVID-19 and Creative Ways Restaurants are driving sales and customer satisfaction

May 11, 2020

Join Jeremy and Walt Taylor where they talk about interesting ways that restaurants are driving sales and customer satisfaction in difficult circumstances.

Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep.76 – A Conversation with Jason Fishman from DNA (Digital Niche Agency)

April 22, 2020

Join Jeremy and Jason to talk about how restaurants can use digital marketing and analytics to help grow revenue and drive more customer engagement. https://www.digitalnicheagency.com/

The Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep. 75: Energy Management with Walt from gwt2Energy

March 24, 2020

Join Jeremy and Founder/CEO Walt Taylor of gwt2Energy to talk restaurant technology surrounding one of your variable costs that often gets missed when looking at ways to save or make more money. Visit them at https://www.gwt2energy.com/.

The Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast Ep. 074: Upshow.TV with Matt Gibbs

February 18, 2020

Great conversation with founder and CMO Matt Gibbs about how to use your TV to your advantage in your restaurant. Be our guest! Want to be a guest on the Restaurant Technology Guys podcast? Email us! Please provide your name, business name and a brief description of the topic or topics you would like to address. See all our previous episodes here: https://soundcloud.com/rtgpodcast/

6 Tips To Control Food Costs

August 1, 2018

Today, the Restaurant Technology Guys are covering a hot topic: controlling food costs in your restaurant. We have 6 tips for you that can make your restaurant more efficient & more profitable. Learn how now!

How Minimum Wage Increases Affect Your Restaurant – And What to Do About It

August 4, 2015

Minimum wage increases are all the rage today in places like Seattle and Los Angeles, where local governments are phasing in a $15-an-hour minimum for labor over the next few years. While some can look forward to a slightly bigger paycheck, restaurant owners and employees alike are concerned about what these increases will do to their industry. In June, the Wall Street Journal estimated that profit margins for restaurants in cities or states with rising minimum wages could shrink by one to four percentage points, based on a study by Moody’s Investors Service. Now, minimum wage staff typically don’t make up most of a restaurant’s team. So why the lost profits? Moody’s says that employers will probably introduce across-the-board raises to keep veteran workers happy and maintain theContinue Reading …

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