Whether it’s Deliveroo, UberEats, or Menulog, one thing is for sure – they’re changing the game for restaurants and cafes. But getting the most out of these services takes some planning.
If you own a restaurant or café, it’s likely that you’ll have to handle customer complaints at some point – but it’s how you handle them which can set your business apart.
In today’s fast moving digital media landscape, getting involved with food trends can be a great way to get your hospitality business media coverage and social reach.
Having a home office can unlock more time and energy, but only if you put in the planning to get it right.
Ditching the boss and working for yourself freelancer can be one of the most rewarding career moves out there, but with all that added flexibility comes more responsibility at EOFY.
Advertising used to be focused on a simple, self-promoting message but the current saturation in the market means hospitality venues need to get more creative when promoting their offering.
Value-based pricing is an important part of a successful freelance career, and getting paid what you deserve is on the top of most freelancers’ wish lists.
You’ve heard the old saying, ‘Jack of all trades, master of none’. When it comes to a business’s growth strategy, keeping this in mind will help you make the right decisions.