Why Every Startup Needs a Business Concept Statement
5 reasons you need a business plan
This article is part of our Restaurant Business Startup Guide —a curated list of articles to help you plan, start, and grow your restaurant business! In fact, 60 percent of restaurants fail in the first year. Lack of planning. From kitchen appliances and menus to floors plans and staff selections, the planning stage will make or break your restaurant. Kim Strengari owns three successful restaurants in the Philadelphia region, including Stella Blu , and Lambrine Macejewski is the co-founder of Cocina , a contemporary Mexican restaurant in Winter Park, Florida. Below are their tips for success. If you want to make it as a restaurant owner, you have to love what you do, Kim Strengari says.
Everything we do in business today is digital -- sending mail, signing contracts, attending meetings, even networking. The business card is one thing that digital will not fully replace anytime soon. Here are five reasons why the old school business card is still important -- and why you should have a pocket full of them at all times. Networking is about making genuine connections. Sending contact information via text or email on the spot is convenient but it is also extremely impersonal.
Explore how Microsoft with Microsoft Teams can help your business enable secure remote work and reduce costs. Host online meetings, make calls, chat, share files, and collaborate in real time with Microsoft Teams. Safeguard business data with a cloud platform that offers built-in security features for remote work. Streamline collaboration tools, IT setup and management, and costs with a single productivity solution. Collaborate using real-time coauthoring so multiple users can work in the same document, simultaneously.