As a small business owner looking for financing options, you may have heard of cash flow lending, but you might also still be uncertain if it’s the right choice for you or your business.
Think of capital as money to buy things and working capital as money to pay bills. Here are some things that restaurant owners have to know regarding working capital.
Small improvements can have a huge impact. If you care about your restaurant’s success, make sure to keep these ten high-priority items on your to-do list.
Updated May 21, 2020 Profit margin is one of the most commonly used profitability ratios, which is a basic measure of how much money a business, service, or product makes. Expressed as a percentage, profit margin is essentially how much money a company makes per transaction. In general, the higher the profit margin, the more […]
As consumer behavior continues to change, businesses must adapt to succeed. This is no different in the foodservice industry. Over the last few years, there have been a multitude of technolog ical innovations focused on streamlining restaurant operations, but many of them are still underutilized. Regardless of you taking out a restaurant business loan, here […]
A restaurant, like a person, has a personality. Whether it’s regal and reserved or hip and edgy, restaurant design makes a statement about what to expect.
Too much space can give your restaurant an "empty" feeling and hurt your chances of success. Do this simple math to see how much space is right for you.
Donald Burns (The Restaurant Coach™) explains why loyalty programs are a much wiser path to success than giving away your product.
There’s so much great data buried in your restaurant reports — but you have to know where to look. Here are the restaurant metrics worth keeping an eye on.
Owning a food truck can help your restaurant get into markets you may not otherwise, but the myth that a food truck is cheap is one to be addressed.