text.skipToContent text.skipToNavigation

Open Restaurants That Flourish A Restauranteurs' Guide to Opening New Sites and Building a Leading Brand. von Newey, Alisa (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 07.06.2016
  • Verlag: BookBaby
eBook (ePUB)
10,69 €
inkl. gesetzl. MwSt.
Sofort per Download lieferbar

Online verfügbar

Open Restaurants That Flourish

Do you work long hours and find it hard to get away for holidays because your business isn't set up to run without you? Would you like to open new restaurants but don't know how you would finance business expansion? Do struggle to stand out from the competition and attract enough customers? When leading brands like McDonald's, Boost and Grill'd open a new restaurant, they follow a simple process. This book provides you with a guide to overcoming the problems that are holding your business back from expansion. It reveals the ingredients for opening successful new venues and teaches you how to grow your restaurant into a leading brand. Following the step-by-step framework, you will: 1.Create a remarkable experience for your customers 2.Secure a winning site 3.Create a 'WOW' restaurant design 4.Control time frames and open on schedule 5.Avoid budget blow-outs 6.Create your leading brand

Produktinformationen

    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: none
    Seitenzahl: 200
    Erscheinungsdatum: 07.06.2016
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9780994476913
    Verlag: BookBaby
    Größe: 1071kBytes
Weiterlesen weniger lesen

Open Restaurants That Flourish

The gap between operating one or two restaurants and rolling out a leading brand can seem vast. This book will step you through the method to opening a flourishing restaurant and building a leading brand. It is not a textbook, but rather an interactive step-by-step guide that will ensure you ask the right questions and do the work to create your vision for your business. I've worked with more than one hundred hospitality businesses during the process of opening new venues and I have seen several common problems pop up, over and over again, that stand in the way of business expansion. Many business owners get stuck in the day-to-day operation of their business for years or even decades, working so hard that they can't see a way out. You might recognise some of the problems these business owners face. Do you work long hours and find it hard to get away for holidays because the business isn't set up to run without you? Would you like to open new restaurants but don't know how you would finance business expansion? Do you struggle to stand out from the competition and attract enough customers? The founders of leading brands are very similar to you. They started with one restaurant and had a vision of creating something bigger. So what stops any restauranteur from expanding their business and creating a leading brand? Most business owners encounter one of these common problems and they get stuck. This book provides you with a guide to overcoming the problems that are holding your business back from expansion. PROBLEM 1: YOUR TIME IS TIED TO YOUR BUSINESS My clients constantly tell me that they want to expand their business but they just don't have enough time. Their plate is already full managing their existing business. Taking on the design, fit-out and operation of new restaurants would only add to an already heavy workload. Two of my clients, Natasha and David, run a popular Vietnamese restaurant in Brisbane. They work in the business from ten in the morning until late at night, seven days a week, 365 days a year. They do this every day including Christmas. Their restaurant attracts a steady stream of customers, the food is fantastic and the business is profitable. However, when we came to discuss expanding the business, they ran into a problem. David and Natasha have a full-time job running one restaurant. David goes to the market every morning to buy fresh produce and closely manages the chefs in the kitchen. Natasha greets all the customers as they arrive and manages the front of house. Their business just isn't set up to run without them. Before they can expand and open additional sites, they need to make significant changes in their operations and management teams so that they can separate their time from the day-to-day running of the business. If you are planning to expand your business, the first thing you need to consider is how well your existing business can operate without you. If running one restaurant is your full-time job, how will you manage running more than one business? PROBLEM 2: TRYING TO DO IT ALL YOURSELF Expanding your business often mirrors the experience of launching your first business. Suddenly, you are out of your depth all over again. Managing the design and fit-out of a new restaurant will take your focus and time away from your existing business. You'll have to run your existing restaurants as per usual while you also juggle lease negotiations, financing, managing a fit-out and recruiting staff for the new site. Many business owners try to take on the project management of opening a new restaurant to save on costs. But as the business grows, so does the workload.

Weiterlesen weniger lesen

Kundenbewertungen