I just saw your post and not sure if you are still looking for restaurant consultants. I am based in CT but have done work across the US. I'd be happy to speak about youir needs. My website is www.recipeofsuccess.com and my…"
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Operations Specialist with extensive experience in restaurant and retail startup, restaurant turn around, design, development and process. Bottom line oriented operator with considerable expertise in all phases of free standing and multiple unit operation as well as corporate needs including, but not limited to, concept design, cost control, training, train the trainer, hire and supervise trainers, field operations, wrote and directed creation of training materials from scratch, procurement (purchasing), technical requirements, distribution and management.
Maybe we can do some business... We would have to figure out in what capacity.. I still have to check out your webpage... You can refer the restaurants you start up to our services and vice versa...do you do work in NJ?
We are an OEM parts warehouse and service center for many manufacturers. We may be able to help your business in 2009. We are family owned and operated. Check out our website to learn more about what we do. malachymechanical.com
I see that you are a consultant in our industry. Do you solely consult in Connecticut or are you involved in NYC as well? I am with a company called Rewards Network. We provide pay-for-performance marketing solely to restaurants, bars, clubs and lounges. We also have a capital program which differs extremely from other capital programs such as cash advance and even traditional loans.
I would love to have the opportunity to see if we can be a viable lead/networking sourse for each other. If you do not consult in NYC, I have some colleagues in Connecticut whom I can connect you with.
Please let me know if you have any interest in trying to utilize our resources together. In the meantime please feel free to look at our company sites at www.reachdiners.com and www.rewardsnetwork.com.
I look forward to hopefully speaking with you. I can also be reached at (347) 371-0467 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi Mark. My name is Sara Fetbroth. I am in Steph Robson's restaurant development class at Cornell University. You were assigned to our development team to be our advisor. Is there a way I can sent you a little blur and questions on our concept to get some of your feedback?
I wanted to personally invite you to join our discussions in regards to cheeses at the Cheese Group on FohBoh. Every week we introduce a new cheese and invite you to find it in your area, buy it, try it and then dicuss it with us. We could use someone like yourself who could give us some good, positive feedback.
Great to hear from you. After many different position at the University- I am now teaching in the Graduate Hospitality MBA program. Its fun and a great way to end my career. Who are you with and what are you doing and does the Univ. know where you are?
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