When disaster strikes, a small business can be stuck with a hefty bill. Lately, it seems like superstorms and natural disasters of all varieties are occurring at an exponential rate. Despite the wide variety of threats that risk the infrastructure of a small business, the fact is that many companies are not prepared. As a small business owner, it can be tough to prepare for everything. However, being prepared can help your business be more equipped to handle disaster and the rebuild that may follow.
In part one of our restaurant technology series, we covered five of the most important investments restaurant owners can make to achieve sustained growth. Since tech has become so vital to the industry, we've decided to continue this series with five more investments that have become essential to operating a successful restaurant.
Over the course of the pandemic, nobody has undertaken more of a digital transformation than the restaurant industry. With the rapid move to online ordering, delivery, and curbside pickup, restaurant owners were forced to adjust on the fly. Those that had embraced technology in the past were far more prepared to take on the challenge. It has come to a point where restaurants need to adopt new technology to remain efficient and grow. Here we take a look at ten types of technology your restaurant should invest in.
For the first time in more than a year and a half of virtual learning, children in the Tampa Bay area will be returning to the classroom. That means shopping trips for new clothes and school supplies. For a family with several children, this can be expensive but imagine what the cost would be for 150 boys and girls that range in age from pre-k through high school.
Liquor stores have been one of the few small businesses that have thrived during the pandemic. With that being said, there is still fierce competition to bring in new customers and draw people away from larger chain stores. Finding ways to make your store experience more convenient and unique can encourage customer loyalty and help create word-of-mouth advertising. Here we take a look at five ways to make your liquor store stand out.
Topics: Liquor Store