Small Business Saturday is typically focused on the retail industry, but restaurants can certainly profit from it as well. The key is to come up with a few unique and valuable promotions that entice people to visit your restaurant during the holidays and beyond. Here are five Small Business Saturday promotional ideas for your restaurant in 2020.
Small business owners have been forced to adapt during the events of 2020 and investing in the digital side of their businesses has become top priority. Online ordering, ecommerce and digital marketing have all become necessities in order to remain competitive. Here we take a look at three key aspects of the digital side of business and how to leverage them for Small Business Saturday.
Autumn is upon us, and with that comes a variety of fall flavors to inspire new dessert creations. A well-crafted dessert menu can be the calling card for your restaurant and help you to draw in customers looking for a sweet treat. Updating your menu periodically and according to season keeps your offerings fresh and gives your loyal customers something new to try. Here are some of our favorites to help inspire your fall dessert menu.
Being flexible is one of the major advantages that small retailers hold over their larger competitors. Using this flexibility to enhance and expand your inventory for the holiday season may be a wise move to increase your average sale numbers. Even if you specialize in a particular niche, it may be beneficial to explore different product categories and consider carrying a few popular items that may be out of the ordinary for your store. So, where are consumers expected to spend their money?
While this holiday season is sure to be different than any other we’ve experienced, it doesn’t make it any less important to small business owners. The holiday season typically starts with Halloween. A successful Halloween can set you up for a very profitable holiday season overall. Here are a few tips to get you started.