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So many people often open up a new restaurant or some sort of eatery thinking there shouldn’t be too much to it, it’s food, everyone loves food and for the most part know’s how to cook food. The problem is that when it comes to food and the places people pick to eat, they are extremely picky.
Just because you know what makes great food, does not necessarily mean your business will be successful. There is much more to it then that such as advertising, marketing, accounting and more as suggested on Open Forum.
Don’t Hire Your Friends. Hiring friends can be fine — if they are the right candidates for the job. But they can also be the demise of the business if you aren’t careful.
Give your business some time before you start making big decisions regarding staff cuts and more. You may find yourself in a situation where business picks up and your restaurant is packed and you are not at all prepared for it due to cutting staff which will make you and your business look bad in the long run.
Do you have any tips to add to this?