The 5 Keys to Building a Better School

Reading, writing and arithmetic no longer fulfills the breadth of knowledge children need to succeed. Similarly, as technology and society evolve, so does our understanding of what a good educational facility really offers. In order to provide students with the tools they need and the proper environment to thrive, consider these five key components: 1. […]

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13 Ways to Stop Drinking Soda for Good: Healthcare Round-Up

13 Ways to Stop Drinking Soda for Good: Healthcare Round-Up. You know soda’s not exactly good for you — but at the same time, it can be hard to resist. Its sweet taste, pleasant fizz and energizing jolt often seems like just what you need to wash down your dinner, get you through an afternoon […]

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Know the Impact of Food on Your Health: Healthcare Round-Up

Know the Impact of Food on Your Health. Food has become a centerpiece of American life, filling holiday celebrations, family milestones, and gatherings of friends or co-workers, regardless of the holiday or the season. What we sometimes forget, however, is the enormous effect food and beverages have on our health and well-being. The connection between […]

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How to Market Your Restaurant for Seasonal Events

The “Big Game” in February is one of the most widely-watched sporting events in the United States. The game brings people together to watch football, but also centers around food and socializing. For restaurants, this is arguably one of the biggest profit-earning days of the year, especially if your restaurant has big screen TVs, sells […]

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5 Ways to Stay Productive as an Entrepreneur: Office Round-Up

5 Ways to Stay Productive as an Entrepreneur. Sometimes it feels like it’s impossible to feel productive, but the reality is you are in complete control of how much work you can get done. It may require prioritization, delegation or a number of other strategies to make it work for you, but as an entrepreneur […]

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Showing Gratitude: Genuine Ways to Thank Your Staff

With Thanksgiving and the close of 2014 quickly approaching, now is a great time to thank your staff. Showing appreciation for their hard work can take many forms – whether it is a surprise gesture, verbal recognition or through something of monetary value. Not only is gratitude a nice gesture, it can also help boost […]

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Why Purchase New Equipment for Your Restaurant: Foodservice Round-Up

Why Purchase New Equipment for Your Restaurant Purchasing new equipment from a restaurant supply store might not be the first thing on your mind as a restaurant manager, but we can guarantee you that it will come up. It may come from your employees. It may come from your customers. It may even come from […]

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Visual Social Media for Your Restaurant

A picture is worth a thousand words – especially if you’re sharing them online. Upon logging into nearly any social media platform, you’re sure to be met with enticing, beautiful food pictures, and some may be taken at your restaurant. With about half of consumers using Facebook to search for restaurants and one third of […]

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7 Ways Restaurants Can Protect Intellectual Property: Foodservice Round-Up

7 Ways Restaurants Can Protect Intellectual Property. Creativity plays a huge role in growing a restaurant business, but restaurant owners often fail to protect their intellectual property. As restaurants diversify advertising and marketing through digital and social-media platforms, now’s the time to protect your intellectual-property assets. This strategy adds value and strength to your brand […]

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Restaurant Rewards Programs Boost the Return of Customers and Investment

Great value can be found when investing in the dining experience. From the right ambiance to courteous service, no detail should be left untouched. A seamless dining experience leaves guests wanting more and coming back to recapture those same senses and emotions. The goal of financial investments in a restaurant’s aesthetics and dining experience should […]

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