Starting & Running A RestaurantBook - 2015
Around 90% of all new restaurants fail in the first year of operation. Many restaurateurs think they have the perfect idea, but they have terrible business plans. Some have great food, but don't do their research when it comes to location and bad traffic patterns. Others might have the perfect business plan, but their management can't spot terrible wait staff, unsafe or unclean conditions, or theft. Some may simply not understand that you need to take full advantage of marketing to bring the customers in. Idiot's Guides: Starting and Running a Restaurant shows readers the basics of honing in on a concept to gathering start-up capital to building a solid business plan. Readers will also learn how to choose a great location, choose an appealing design, compose a fantastic menu and hire reliable managers and staff.
Publisher: New York, NY : Alpha, a member of Penguin Random House LLC, 2015.
Branch Call Number: 647.95 PEN
Characteristics: xvii, 318 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.