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As a result of a somewhat dampened outlook among restaurant operators, the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index declined in June for the second consecutive month.
Logbook is a mobile task list and communication tool that can replace or enhance traditional paper systems.
The menu of one Washington D.C. Metro-area restaurant, Art and Soul, boasts some unusual items – Bowser Beer and a steak "good enough for a human."
ZenMango has released the 2015 Leaky Bucket, a study pinpointing specific, actionable steps brands can take to reduce their "leak." The 2015 study measures why customers won't return to a brand.
Buzz Score asks respondents, "If you've heard anything about the brand in the last two weeks, through advertising, news or word of mouth, was it positive or negative?"
Restaurants will remain the dominant channel in Turkey and Austria while the fastest-growing channel is expected to be travel for Turkey and the welfare and services sector in Austria.
Though sales comps were positive overall, performance varied across the U.S. based on how much it rained in different areas.
Reveal opens the proverbial kimono on a restaurant’s performance.
The challenge to operators is making the right decisions that will resonate with their consumers and be a good long-term fit for the brand.
Despite softer same-store sales and customer traffic levels in May, the National Restaurant Association’s Restaurant Performance Index showed positive growth.
Job growth within the restaurant industry was broad-based in the first half of 2015, with several of the major segments registering strong gains.
New research reveals big growth ahead.
Breakfast remains the industry’s fastest growing daypart, with Mintel expecting the market to grow by more than $10 billion in the next five years.
The study found that 35 percent of Americans go out for pizza and buy frozen pizza at the store every month.
EY has named Randy Gier its Entrepreneur Of The Year for the Southwest region.
The editors of Fast Casual are accepting nominations for The 2015 Fast Casual Top 25 Movers & Shakers through Aug. 3.
Values are a way consumers define what they expect from a brand. Meet or exceed those expectations and you have a differentiated brand, engaged customers and increased sales.
QSR sales increased 5.2-percent on the index, while full-service FSR sales increased 1.4 percent.
Customization, personalized menu items and staff engagement drive rapid sales expansion for fast casual restaurant brands.
The report includes an analysis of market size outlets and transactions in the U.K. and key players in the U.K. foodservice market.