All Blog Posts Tagged 'group' (9)


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Group Ordering

As a previous employee of the foodservice industry, I know the dread of seeing a huge group of customers ready to come in and order all at once.  Mistakes are always made and it is very stressful for the employees to try and make all the customers happy.  Online ordering has resolved some of these issues and now with group ordering it is even easier for restaurants to deal with the difficultly of tackling large group orders. 

Online ordering systems have begun to adopt the idea of…

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Added by MenuDrive on June 18, 2012 at 6:42pm — No Comments


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Jason Falls to Deliver Keynote at Second Annual Foodservice Social Media Universe

 



 

Quote start The first and only specialized conference for restaurant and hospitality industry professionals where attendees connect, learn and share social media practices for community management, engagement, measurement and analytics.…Quote end

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Added by FSMU on March 26, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments


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The President's Food Safety Working Group (FSWG)

The Food Safety Working Group is an advisory group focused on:



".....how we can upgrade our food safety laws for the 21st century; foster coordination throughout government; and ensure that we are not just designing laws that will keep the American people safe, but enforcing them."





It has sections for education, participation, and staying informed.



Each section has links for… Continue

Added by Paul Green on May 28, 2009 at 2:10pm — No Comments

Creating a Group - I found success!

Thank you for fixing this, my group is up and ready to go!

Added by Jenna on October 30, 2008 at 8:02am — 3 Comments

The Most Important Word in Marketing.....

Many restaurateurs believe that if they have built what they think is the very best steak or pizza, French, vegetarian, chicken, pub or you-name-it restaurant, the public will beat a path to their door.



Wrong.



‘Best to forget about that ‘Field of Dreams’.



There are too many food service outlets and not enough customers. There are too many choices too. The customer is both King and Queen.



The competition is brutal.



Being… Continue

Added by Roy MacNaughton on July 28, 2008 at 12:49pm — 5 Comments

Something Might Happen!

I have FohBoh to thank for this, my first foray into blogging. It's a culmination of a few things actually.



I love technology. I grew up with it. My first real computer was a time-sharing system. Dial up? Yes, but the "keyboard and monitor" were a clunky teletype system. On a good day you might even hear me tell some stories about DARPAnet. I've played with mainframes, minicomputers and PC’s starting with DOS 1.0.



I’d giggle inside my head when visiting friends and I saw… Continue

Added by Mark D. Dion on July 17, 2008 at 8:15pm — 1 Comment

New Fohboh Group: Restaurant websites and online marketing

I'm getting into this Fohboh thing and jumping in with 2 feet today by making the bold play of starting a new group. Hopefully you old timers won't object to a newbie like me mixing it up in here!



My company gives restaurants the tools they need to build and maintain their own website. Hopefully this is a winning business strategy, but we've just started and are hopeful to learn a lot from other Fohboh'ers. That's why I created a new group to discuss restaurant websites- so we can… Continue

Added by Simplweb.com on July 2, 2008 at 2:46pm — 2 Comments

IT ISN'T CREATIVE UNLESS IT SELLS

Are your advertisements “creative”? By the term “creative”, I mean do they really stand out on the page or in the listener’s ear? Are they noticeable, memorable, and impression-making?



In order for your ads to be productive for your business, they have to be first noticed, then understood, then accepted as valid or valuable, then acted upon. They should result in making sales at your restaurant.



Can you name at least five of the television commercials that ran during this… Continue

Added by Roy MacNaughton on March 4, 2008 at 12:04am — 6 Comments

The Family Sports Bar & Grill

I was driving by a restaurant location recently and I spied a sign that said: "Family Restaurant & Sports Bar-Grill." It made me wonder just exactly what this place really was. Was it a family restaurant, appealing to a man and wife with a couple of young kids or teenagers? Or was it a loud, raucous bar with 17 television screens all blaring…

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Added by Roy MacNaughton on January 13, 2008 at 2:43pm — No Comments

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