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  • 5 Productive Things Restaurants Can Do During Slow Periods

    It’s no secret that the Coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the restaurant and hospitality industry. Around the world, restaurants are temporarily shuttering their dining rooms and trying to stay afloat on takeout and delivery — resulting in a lot of downtime for restaurant chefs, managers, and remaining staff. While this slow period is obviously […]

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  • This Week in Hospitality

    We’re still in this together. Here is my weekly roundup of hospitality news surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic. Lease lessons With many restaurants facing closures amidst the Covid-19 crisis, and until the government issues a rent freeze, struggling owners are dealing with hard questions surrounding their lease contracts. Keeping an open line of communication with your […]

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  • Marketing Tips: Optimizing Your Business’ Facebook Page

    In the age of social media, your business’ Facebook page is often your first touchpoint with potential guests. Think of it like your online business card — it’s where many people go to see your hours, your menu and to contact you. It may seem obvious, but having correct, up-to-date info on your Facebook page […]

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