Yes. The concept of ‘build it and they will come’ is a recipe for failure. In today’s digital world, 70% of search is done on mobile. You need a marketing plan that uses KPIs as a roadmap.
Make sure they give you a list of references and check them! Then, meet face to face to see if you’re comfortable with them, as you will be working closely during the ensuing months.More >
They are not cheap, but a good restaurant consultant will use his experience and contacts to save you a substantial amount of money during your project. And help you avoid common costly mistakes.
The moment you secure your venue space, it is time to begin the design and development of your website. The build will continue hand in hand with the venue development, and be ready for the grand opening. (more >)
Marketing for a restaurant should begin early in the process before the website is even complete, and months before the actual grand opening. You want people to be aware, eager even, anxiously awaiting your soft and grand openings.(more >)