In this episode, we discuss the differences between successful and unsuccessful restaurants, why you should focus on doing few things extraordinarily well versus many things ok, why you should over complicate your restaurant, and how technology, specifically technology that mines data is leveling the playing field.
Paul Hadfield is the founder of diningDATA.com and has been involved in helping small businesses for more than 14 years. Starting from a commission-only sales position at the age of 20 to growing multiple start-up organizations, he is as passionate about his client’s ventures as he is his own.
diningDATA.com allows Paul to use his extensive knowledge of payment technology while applying his love for restaurants and hospitality.
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Over 45,000 independent operators since 1998 have joined RestaurantOwner.com to improve their business skills, leadership capabilities and implement effective systems in their restaurant.
In this episode we’ll discuss:
- How data has helped level the playing field for the independent operator.
- Why you need to be focusing your marketing efforts on INTERACTING via social media.
- Why you should leverage technology tools that help you better understand your business.
- Looking at those who are successful to determine what you should be leveraging in your business.
- Why you should using a cloud-based POS
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