Tag: getting-started

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How to Hire Your First Restaurant Employees

Besides creating a winning menu, hiring the right staff is the most important aspect of opening a restaurant, said Stephen […]

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How to Test Your Restaurant Menu

You’ve put a lot of thought into your menu. After all, your food is the whole point of your restaurant. […]

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Restaurant Marketing 101: Creating the Perfect Plan for Your First Year

As soon as you open your new restaurant, the clock starts ticking. You need to start producing enough revenue to […]

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Why Small Businesses Don’t Have Websites – and Why They Should

Think your small business doesn’t need a website? Think again. A new survey by professional services research firm Clutch indicates […]

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Nitro: A Completely New Coffee Experience

A new trend is brewing in the coffee community. As consumer interest in cold-brew coffee continues to skyrocket, the industry […]

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How to Create a First-Year Restaurant Budget

Many first-time restaurateurs open their doors without creating a budget. This is not unlike playing roulette: You could get lucky, […]

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Licenses, Permits and Insurance: What Your Restaurant Needs

You have your restaurant business plan written, your financing in place and a location picked out. But before you can […]

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How to Finance a Restaurant Startup through Crowdfunding

Opening a restaurant is nearly Herculean task. And if you need financing, good luck. Banks aren’t jumping to loan money […]