Happy Holidays to everyone!
A few days ago we did a quick recap of how our year went. Just like you, we had some ups and downs. The good thing is we had more ups!
In keeping with the Holidays and end of the year, we thought we’d do a quick recap on our top 5 posts of the year.
Not surprisingly, the first chapter in our series on the in’s and out’s of opening your own restaurant was the top read post of the year.
That’s a good sign for us! We’re excited about helping more businesses to find success!
Too many times we come across excited owners who seem to have everything all under control, only to get a call 12-18 month later.
Remember, opening a restaurant (or any small business) takes a lot of hard work and dedication. And don’t forget it can be a large financial commitment. If we haven’t scared you off yet, then chances are you’re ready to face the challenge.
Don’t forget, we’re going to be right there alongside you.
Clearly, we need to listen to our fans and readers and start publishing more current news!
Besides learning how to open their own restaurants, our readers wanted to keep up with the latest news and happenings around the industry.
We covered everything from new apps being launched to startup success (and fails) to surprise foodservice jobs that just may make you rich.
This one was a bit of a surprise to us but we’re happy we could help clarify for our readers around the world.
Remember, there are distinct differences between the two. Do you know what they are? Don’t forget to watch the video called Introduction to Hospitality to find out more.
This article was hot back in January when it was published but as the year went on, it seemed to taper off.
Why is that? Were we wrong or did you come across other ways to use social media that we didn’t cover in the post?
We’d love to hear about how you used social media this year!
This one found more and more readers as the year went on, possibly due to the holidays and the increased availability of VR app and accessories for your phone.
We’re looking forward to the future and to seeing where the industry goes from here!
Thanks again for following us throughout 2016! See you next year!