Tag - Restaurant

Using Tech to Better Your Restaurant

Tech is booming right now in Canada, and restaurants are definitely reaping the benefits. According to Bill Tremblay for Canadian Restaurant News, restaurant owners are taking full advantage of everything tech from management, to training and even marketing. This week, we’re bringing you some apps perfect for your restaurant. Turnstyle Restaurants...

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How to Reduce Waste & Save Money at Your Restaurant

Earth Day is on Sunday, April 22nd, and what better time than to bring you tips on how to make your restaurant more environmentally friendly! Sustainability is becoming a bigger trend in the hospitality industry. Not only is this important for our environment but also an opportunity to save...

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How to Schedule Restaurant Staff Effectively

Scheduling effectively makes sure your services run smoothly, with fewer issues, and higher sales. Using the right people for the right job means higher sales and happier guests. Here are five simple scheduling tips that will help make sure you’re set up for success every service: 1. Utilize your top...

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Tips For A Successful Restaurant Staff Meeting

Staff meetings can sometimes be a waste of time and inefficient. Here are our tips to make sure your team meetings are successful. 1. Have a set schedule Staff meetings shouldn’t come as a surprise to your team. Give your staff plenty of notice of the time and location, and keep...

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How to Build the Best Restaurant Team

Your restaurant is nothing without a strong and dedicated team. You could have the best decor, cocktail program, and menu, but without a good team to showcase that, it is meaningless. This week we’re bringing you five tips to ensure you have the best restaurant team: 1. Lead By Example As...

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5 Common Restaurant Startup Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

Opening a new business requires so many decisions, that there are bound to be a couple of slip-ups. Here are five common mistakes and how to avoid them! 1. Underestimating capital needs There are many good new restaurants, with great prospects that run out of money. First-time owners can sometimes not...

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