In this episode of the Restaurant RockStars Podcast, I’m speaking with my good friend and fellow industry Pro, Jaime Oikle of Running Restaurants. Jaime had this idea to talk about what we can do now to not only survive, but put our business in the best position to really come out of this crisis and succeed big. Now’s the time to continue taking action. Now’s the time to strategize, plan, execute! Its all about the following simple systems to control your business and your future
The new normal is contactless ordering & payment. If you have pivoted or are ready to pivot your business model to take out, curbside pickup and delivery, here’s a solution. Think of it this way… waiting customers cost your restaurant money, mixed up orders costs you money, bad reviews cost money. It’s all about hospitality, convenience and safety.
The Government has all but shut us down, and returning to days of normal is still out of sight for most of us. We’re scrambling for a new plan and that plan keeps shifting day by day. What to do next? In this episode of the Restaurant RockStars Podcast I speak with George Deeb of Restaurant Furniture Plus. George sent out a Covid-19 Survey to 30,000 restaurants and the results are telling.
In this episode of the Restaurant RockStars Podcast, Tony Smith the CEO and Co-Founder of Restaurant365 will show us an All-in-1 system for your restaurant that consolidates your Accounting, Inventory, Scheduling, Sales Reporting and Manager Logs, so you have all this info at a moments glance at your fingertips…
At the heart of your operation is of course your Point of Sale system. Interestingly, modern systems are now integrating other value-added applications such as Inventory control, payment processing, online ordering, etc… There are so many features, options and choices to look at, so with today’s episode, we’re not just bringing you another system, but an objective opinion from a software and POS expert who tells all from your perspective.
This crisis is unprecedented and the worst disaster to ever hit our industry. The Stats are staggering: Hundreds of Billions of Dollars Lost, Millions and millions of our employees out of work and worst of all, complete uncertainty for the future. When will we be able to re-open our restaurants? Will there be a crush of business, or will it take time to get back to normal? No-one has the crystal ball. This episode is all about what you can do Now for your business while things are idle or slower than usual. A roundtable with Food Industry Professionals.
This situation is unfathomable and it’s constantly shifting. Every minute, there’s new information, new challenges and lots of uncertainty. No one knows what will happen next or how long before its over. Now’s the time to take action… to think your business through. To protect yourself, your employees, your customers, your business. In this episode of the Restaurant RockStars Podcast, my friend and fellow industry colleague Jaime Oikle will lead us through a panel discussion focusing on what’s happening right now… loss of business, being forced to close either voluntarily or due to civic mandate, ideas on how to pivot your business, financing options, what your staff can do if hours are lost or they’re laid off and so much more.
I work with many restaurants and collaborate with other professionals across the hospitality industry. One thing I continually see and hear about are the sheer numbers of operators not taking regular inventory or closely analyzing food, beverage and labor costs. It doesn’t seem to matter if the restaurant is just starting out or has been around for years, the trend is evident. This is crazy! It’s like feeding hundred dollar bills into your shredder several times per week.
You can’t run an effective operation without a team and one vital person on that team is your CPA and Tax Professional… but just any CPA won’t due, there is a difference. Listen to today’s episode as I speak with Mr. Tony Perricelli, CPA and Master of Taxation. Its all about making more money and keeping more money.
In this latest episode, my friend and industry PRO Jaime Oikle of www.runningrestaurants.com and I discuss why you should probably close your restaurant one or two days a week. Unless you’re in Las Vegas or a major destination with constant traffic, you just might be losing money staying open on your slow nights.
Listen as we walk you through a simple daily Break-Even exercise which will show you exactly how much you need to ring in sales each and every day. This quick listen is time well spent to really dial in your operation and most important save and boost your Profits!