Changes in Consumer Behavior Inspired Retailers and Restaurants to Use Technology, Reports Square Study

COVID-19 has changed consumer behavior. Now, more and more people are expecting seamless digital experiences across industries. This means companies have to adopt the latest tools and technology to delight customers who are increasingly becoming digital-savvy. According to the latest Square study, retailers and restaurants are adapting to consumer behavior changes and turning to technology...

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Square Launches Self-Ordering System for Restaurants Powered by QR codes

Square is giving food businesses a new way to thrive during the pandemic through its launch of a self-ordering system for restaurants powered by QR codes. The self-serve ordering system powered by Square Online makes the ordering experience more efficient. Clients scan the restaurant’s QR code on their personal devices. The code leads the user...

SXSW 2016 Interview - Tim Love Shares Where to Put Your Aces

Celebrity Chef and Entrepreneur Tim Love Shares Startup Tips for Business Owners – #SXSW2016

As a successful restaurateur and chef, Tim Love knows what it takes to grow a successful business, with four popular restaurants under his belt and a spot on Restaurant Startup, a CNBC television show where budding restaurant owners pitch their ideas in hopes of investment funds and guidance from top celebrity restaurateurs. At SXSW 2016, I...

10 Tips for Opening a Successful Restaurant

10 Tips for Opening a Successful Restaurant

Every year, many small business owners around the country decide to open a restaurant. Unfortunately, the odds are against them. Sixty percent of these restaurants will fail within the first year, and by the fifth year, 80 percent will have closed down. One way to increase your odds is to discover the ‘recipe for...

How Dogged Persistence is Growing a Business and a Community

How do you launch a successful restaurant in South Central Los Angeles—an inner-city area plagued by gang violence and poverty, where there are few businesses other than liquor stores? For Karim Webb and Edward Barnett of PCF Management, the answer is simple: Show the community you care, and the community will support your business.