Dear food business owner, you may have all the passion in the world on food or managing a company but know that there is a clockwork behind every venture there is. Getting back to school to learn all this is most probably something that you will not consider at the moment as your time is usually allotted now into building and growing your restaurant, café, or bar. Also, the idea of spending more money on business school isn’t expected to be part of your capital.
Most of the stories that are read and shared over social media and magazines are success stories of entrepreneurs who have already made it. What are usually featured are their background, their motivation, and their aspirations. It is very seldom that a story emphasized the many difficulties that these entrepreneurs needed to go through before reaching the top.
Industry trends allow business owners to discover unforeseen risks for their company, making these risks measurable and leaving companies more prepared. These trends could also help find clues that could give an upper hand over competitors if played right.
Amazing photos of our favourite dishes partnered with very detailed text descriptions are already a treat for foodies like us. And do you know that many bloggers, chefs, and business owners have capitalised on this demand? All by building an online presence using a website or social media.
Your workers make your organisation. It could lead to either prosperity or disappointment. On a great extent, it will determine the kind of arrangement that you have in the years to come. Aptitudes can be instructed, lessons can be adapted, yet identity is (pretty much) set in stone.