All Blog Posts Tagged 'up' (7)


Non-Operator
Writing a Restaurant Business Plan

by Doug Marranci



In the early 90’s I wanted to create a business plan to open my first coffee house in Charlotte NC. I did a lot of research and found many different types of plans that could be written. After going to the library and looking at many books and SBA information about writing a business plan, here are some of my thoughts on writing that first business plan.



1. If you address all of the areas of a standard business plan, you will probably have uncovered all… Continue

Added by Doug Marranci on May 26, 2010 at 5:15am — No Comments

Guest Post: The Break Up

Instead of posting one of my own blogs today, I'm sharing with you one of the best blog series I've read. Matt Smith, President of The A-Game, has written "The Break Up Blog Series" and this is Part One of that series (which will soon be appearing on Talent Revolution). I hope you enjoy it as much as I have!



The Break Up

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Added by Amanda Hite on March 31, 2009 at 6:40am — 6 Comments


Non-Operator
OPEN YOUR WINDOW !!

I've become fed up with the examples of entitlement we keep hearing about while the bulk of us desperately attempt to keep our heads above water.



While composing a post about the subject I remembered the movie Network and the powerful scene that is as topical now as it was then.



Read my post and if you agree leave a comment, share it with someone else, and let's open some… Continue

Added by Paul Green on February 1, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments


Non-Operator
Opportunity Amidst the Chaos - One Business Broker Explains Why Now is the Time to Buy a Restaurant

“Given the Choice of Parking your Cash at the Mercy of Wall Street or Washington, Most Entrepreneurs Simply Prefer to Bet on Themselves“



Washington Post headlines saying “The end of American Capitalism? Predictions of the Dow to slide further and differing opinions on what each person should do with their 401K. Economic bad news is the common theme of every headline.



The focus of this media attention is on giant businesses wreaking havoc on the overall structure of the… Continue

Added by Eric Gagnon on October 28, 2008 at 12:20pm — No Comments

Tips to building your Career Entourage

I’m posting early this morning because I’m gearing up to go see one of our Presidential Candidates deliver a speech on his Education plan at Stebbins High School in Dayton. This is an invite only event and I’m bringing an entourage. Yesterday I decided I needed to be there, so I made a few calls to some people in my network and we were on the list. It’s times like this that make me value my network. In my career it’s my biggest asset.



An inconvenient truth, for some:



“Your… Continue

Added by Amanda Hite on September 9, 2008 at 5:13am — 22 Comments

Peeking Behind the Scenes at FohBoh, Inc. | #3



Just back from our first show at NRA in Chicago. There have been a few posts about this experience and what we thought of the show, which was awesome for our young, 140 day-old, growing enterprise. However, this post is about status…continuing our theme of being… Continue

Added by Michael L. Atkinson on May 22, 2008 at 3:59pm — 1 Comment

FohBoh meet up scheduled during NRA show in Chicago!





Come join your fellow FohBohites for some food, fun and drinks 70’s and 80’s style! We are holding our first ever meet and greet at the Reagle Beagle in Chicago during the National Restaurant Association tradeshow. Mark your calendars for Monday May 19th at 5:30pm. Located in downtown Chicago, Reagle Beagle is one of the most unique hot spots with a throwback to the 70’s and 80’s. More than just drinks, the Reagle Beagle serves delicious… Continue

Added by Sarah on April 30, 2008 at 5:55pm — 7 Comments

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