3112, 2019

10 Licenses and Permits Required to Open a Small Restaurant

By |December 31st, 2019|Categories: Restaurant|0 Comments

You’ve named your business. You’ve secured the financing you need to get started. Maybe you’ve even started sketching out a few menu ideas, or identified a signature dish that’s going to set your restaurant apart and generate a loyal local following. But there’s a major part of launching your business [...]

3012, 2019

Five Restaurant Tax Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

By |December 30th, 2019|Categories: Restaurant|0 Comments

Renee Kleiner joins on us on the podcast to share some of the common mistakes restaurants make when preparing their taxes and specific ways to avoid them. It's the time of year when most business owners are starting to think about filing taxes so this is a timely discussion. Renee [...]

2912, 2019

Pros and Cons of Rotating and Seasonal Restaurant Menus

By |December 29th, 2019|Categories: Restaurant|0 Comments

When I decided to open a takeout restaurant in my tiny town of just 2,500 year round residents (with a population that swells into the tens of thousands in the summertime), it was important to me to find a way to keep both myself and my relatively small customer base [...]

2812, 2019

37 Sports Drink Market Share Statistics and Demographics

By |December 28th, 2019|Categories: Industry News|0 Comments

Remember when chugging a sports drink made think you could improve your recreation basketball game? Think of Tune Squad in Space Jam to see how this beverage was positioned in the market during the early days of the product being marketed. According to studies, 31% of young adults (ages 20 [...]

2712, 2019

The Eight Dangers of Starting a Restaurant with a Partner

By |December 27th, 2019|Categories: Restaurant|0 Comments

Should I start a restaurant with my best friend / wife / parent / person I met on the internet? As small business entrepreneurs, many of us often find ourselves daydreaming about a partnership with a well-financed, experienced partner. It’s a compelling fantasy; a partner can help share the risk, [...]