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AUDIO: Cashing In On Complaints - How to Turn Disappointed Diners Into Gold
AUDIO: Cashing In On Complaints - How to Turn Disappointed Diners Into GoldStatistically, 14% of dissatisfied guests don't return because their complaints have not been properly handled. Unless your seats are full 100% of the time, you'll want to listen to this practical and insightful tele-seminar on how to turn dissappointed diners into loyal, repeat customers. . . . more >>


AUDIO: Public Relations - Why It's Better Than Advertising & How to Get More of It
There was a time when a good reputation alone was enough to create and maintain a successful restaurant. Those times, however, are long gone. More than ever before, positive public awareness is vital to a restaurant's success. Learn how to use public relations to enhance public awareness & drive more customers to your restaurant through PR . . . more >>


AUDIO: 13 Steps to Writing a Fool-Proof Schedule
Creating a schedule is like preparing a giant purchase order for one of your restaurant's biggest costs. The schedule directly effects your employees, customers and your bottom-line. Listen as David Scott Peters shares 13 proven ways to schedule the right people at the right times, make your restaurant more efficient, more profitable and reduce costly turn-over. . . . more >>


AUDIO: What Every Operator Should Know About Tip Pooling
Tip pooling, the practice of collecting a percentage of server tips and distributing it to other employees, is one of the most misunderstood areas in the restaurant business. Learn the right and wrong ways to go about setting up and administering a tip pooling system. . . . more >>


Audio: How to Find & Select a Great Restaurant Manager
Audio: How to Find & Select a Great Restaurant ManagerFinding exceptional managers requires a well-planned selection process and the ability to "fit" the candidate to the postion. Listen to two restaurant pros as they share successful tactics that have helped them hire good managers for their own restaurants. . . . more >>


Audio: What Every Operator Should Know About Restaurant Construction
Audio: What Every Operator Should Know About Restaurant ConstructionHow an operator handles the construction process can significantly impact every aspect of a new restaurant, including it's ability to survive. Learn from 2 seasoned restaurant startup & construction experts what to expect and look out for when working with contractors. . . . more >>


10 Common Characteristics of Highly Successful Independent Restaurants
Jim Laube talks with Rory Fatt about some of the characteristics and practices that many highly successful independent restaurants consistently seem to follow today. Listen in on this fast paced 2-part series that covers virtually every area of the business from operations to marketing to financial management and more. . . . more >>


AUDIO: How to Turn New Movers Into Regular Customers
AUDIO: How to Turn New Movers Into Regular CustomersWhen people move to a new city they have no dining patterns and no favorite restaurant. In fact, new residents are 5 times more likely to become loyal regulars than established residents. Learn how to conduct highly targeted, low cost marketing to reach and turn "new movers" in your area into regular customers at your restaurant. . . . . . more >>


AUDIO: How to Choose the Right Location for Your Next Restaurant
AUDIO: How to Choose the Right Location for Your Next RestaurantMany operators, large and small rely on professionals to guide them with the crucially important decision of where to open their next (or first) restaurant. Liste to site selection expert Jim Fisher, who assists restaurant and other retail operators with analyzing potential new store locations throughout the country. Learn what site selection pros consider and look for before putting their client's cash and their reputations on the line. . . . more >>


Audio: 10 SMART Systems for Reducing Profit-Robbing Theft
Audio: 10 SMART Systems for Reducing Profit-Robbing TheftTheft is an unfortunate fact of running a restaurant. It can not only rob you of your profits and products, it can rob you of your trust in people. While it is a fact of life that some people steal, learn ways you can reduce the chances you lose money to theft. . . . more >>


AUDIO: Restaurant Franchising - How To Determine If Franchising Is The Right Way To Grow Your Business
Listen as franching attorney, Wayne Bunch and industry veteran, Jay Goldstein, reveal what you need to know and consider to properly evaluate whether franchising might be a sensible growth vehicle for you and your concept. . . . more >>


AUDIO: Marketing Advantages of Independent Operators
with Bill Marvin, The Restaurant Doctor
AUDIO: Marketing Advantages of Independent OperatorsSure chains are tough competitors. However,as Bill Marvin points out, chains also have vulnerabilities. Learn how to play your strengths and exploit marketing tactics perfectly suited for independent operators. . . . more >>


AUDIO: Marketing Best Practices of Independent Operators
AUDIO: Marketing Best Practices of Independent OperatorsListen to 3 successful operators, who have spent many years learning, implementing and testing a broad variety of marketing strategies and tactics in their own restaurants, reveal, in detail, their most successful & profitable marketing practices. . . . more >>


AUDIO: How to Get Control of Your Labor Costs
AUDIO: How to Get Control of Your Labor CostsMany restaurants do a poor job of controlling labor & it hits them hard on the bottom line. Learn the secrets to taking back control of your labor costs with simple steps that can drop your hourly labor cost by 1, 3 or even 5% of sales. . . . more >>


AUDIO: Delivery-It's Not Just for Fast Food Anymore
AUDIO: Delivery-It's Not Just for Fast Food AnymoreIndependent restaurateur and delivery expert, Tim Wiltshire tells how he added a million dollars a year in new sales by doing delivery at his casual theme, full service restaurant. Learn valuable lessons from Tim's mistakes and successes into this important business segment. . . . more >>


AUDIO: How To Reduce Your Credit Card Processing Fees
There's a good chance that you're paying more than you should to have your credit card transactions processed. There are many ways processors can and do take advantage of unknowledgeable merchants. Listen to this Tele-Seminar to discover if you're paying too much and learn how to reduce or eliminate charges you shouldn't be paying. . . . more >>


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