October 27, 2020
Mark Laux, owner of foodservice marketing agency HotOperator, joins us in this episode to discuss a topic we've never broached on the podcast before: marketing. Specifically, marketing for the restaurant industry.
Tune in to learn about marketing tools and strategies every restaurant owner should use, including Facebook ads and social media channels. Plus, the surprising origins of Jalapeno Poppers and the menu marketing program Laux himself designed. You can read even more on his website.
October 9, 2020
Meegan Johnson, VP of Sales at PayrollCentric, breaks down and explains the new bills and legislation impacting California businesses, especially restaurants. She goes over Covid-19 sick leave and outbreaks, tax breaks, advice on compliance, and how employers can protect themselves.
Plus the tax credit you don’t want to miss!
See her YouTube video for more, including an accompanying slideshow presentation.
August 26, 2020
On our latest episode, we speak with Maria F. Hunter, Senior Vice President/Commercial Banking Officer at First Bank. If you have ever considered taking out a business loan or renegotiating a loan, don't miss this informative 15 minutes!
You can find Maria Hunter on the First Bank website and on LinkedIn.
August 6, 2020
In this episode of our podcast, veteran insurance broker Brett Lantz, of Newfront Insurance, answers our questions about insurance basics for restaurant and hotel owners, particularly for those seeking to expand or pivot their business in the wake of COVID 19.
Listen to find out what you need to pay attention to and what not to stress over when it comes to your insurance policy. You can contact Brett directly HERE.
July 23, 2020
In this episode, world-renowned restaurant coach Ryan Gromfin discusses the concept of management, and how it can benefit employers to take a slightly different approach to get the best results. Hint: It's about managing systems rather than people.
Connect with guest Ryan Gromfin HERE
July 2, 2020
In this segment, Attorney Aaron Shechet of Chandler & Shechet, LLP talks about pivoting your business. What can restaurants and other hospitality venues do during a time when many must restrict their business or shut their doors? With some creative thinking and forging new territory, this could be a time to expand instead of go under. Tune in now for some ideas and inspiration!
June 24, 2020
In our second podcast episode, Barry Kurtz, certified specialist in franchise and distribution law, discusses the new guidelines for restaurant reopenings in California. Barry offers his professional advice on avoiding risk, how to reopen safely, and how business owners can stay one step ahead to keep things running smoothly during the COVID 19 crisis.
You can contact Barry Kurtz directly via at https://www.lewitthackman.com/attorneys/
June 16, 2020
Shahab Raphaely is a commercial real estate attorney at the law firm of Davies Raphaely in Southern California. In this episode of our podcast, he answers questions about the financial impact of California's Covid-19 lockdowns on hospitality venues, reopening measures, and what business owners can do to mitigate risk. He also discusses the long-term impact on sales and what hospitality venues can expect in the near future market. You can also connect with Shahab Raphaely on his LinkedIn Page https://lnkd.in/g9JjMPU.