With over a decade of experience in hospitality journalism and editing, Sarah Reynolds is the driving force behind our content team. She has an innate ability to spot emerging industry trends and is passionate about helping businesses in the hospitality sector thrive. Sarah's expertise lies in identifying innovative business growth technologies and crafting compelling content that not only informs but also inspires readers to stay ahead of the curve. Her deep understanding of cash flow marketing strategies has been instrumental in guiding numerous establishments towards financial success.
There is no recipe for a successful restaurant business, unlike a slow-cooked, simmering cauldron of delicious gravy cooked to perfection. And this brings us to our first point: there are no hard and fast rules for running a successful restaurant;
International Workers' Day or May Day, as it is commonly known, is celebrated annually on May 1st around the world. This day commemorates the struggle of workers for better pay, working conditions, and their rights. It is a day that has become syn
Opening a restaurant can be a challenging and rewarding experience. However, the success of a restaurant venture largely depends on how well it's managed at its opening and beyond. A successful grand opening could mean a rush of traffic, a swarm o
A restaurant opening can be a daunting task, and it is important that the opening is done correctly to ensure the success of the restaurant. A soft opening is one way to refine and define restaurant operations, and it can provide valuable feedback
This article discusses the success of large fast-food chains and the impact they have on small family-owned restaurants. While the major chains benefit from economies of scale and technological advancements that allow them to offer lower prices, t
Digital menus are much more than displays; they add a lot of strategic and operational value for restaurants these days.
A digital menu is a smart and innovative way for restaurants to keep their guests interested and make them happier.
2020 was the year when the world stopped as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic. Great things came out of it: For once millions of people stopped commuting to the offices saving millions of CO2 transport emission. The savings in commuting time could