What's your restaurant management personality?
There are many ways to face challenges in the restaurant world. Take this quiz to make sure you're playing to your strengths in 2017, and ready to take your business to new heights.
You are: The Traditionalist
You’ve been at this a long time, and know your restaurant & customers like the back of your apron. You stick to your guns and rely on your tried-and-true methods to keep your business strong.
In 2017, continue to do what you know is best but don't be afraid to try something new. Looking for ideas? Learn how adding delivery in the new year can lead to more orders.
You are: The Innovator.
Not one to rest on laurels, you are always thinking forward. A pioneer of new technology, new marketing, and new ideas. Your social game is on point, your loyalty programs are showing results and you now how to make a mark on your way to the top.
Keep up the good work in 2017 and continue to explore the latest and greatest in the restaurant world. Here's 4 digital innovations for restaurant operations for your consideration.
You are: The Number Cruncher
For you, data is the best business partner. You know the bottom line, and as a tactical problem solver, you know how to streamline costs, predict future sales, and keep the lights on.
In 2017, remember to think outside the box when looking for areas to cut costs and raise sales.
Did you know that restaurants see a 50% increase in average monthly orders after only a year of adding delivery on Grubhub. Learn more, here.
You are: The People Pleaser
Your business is about the people; from your customers to your team in front and back of house, that’s what drives your success. Knowing that your restaurant would be nothing without the people is a leadership strength, so we commend you. In 2017, keep up the good work and look for even more ways to please your people.
Check out 5 fun ways to encourage diner loyalty.
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