Acceler8Success Cafe Thursday 3.21.19

Acceler8Success Cafe is Your Daily Resource About Entrepreneurship & Business Ownership!

This Edition is Focused on Restaurants!

Look Who’s Franchising Now: Spring Edition

Franchising is no longer a growth strategy limited to larger chains. Independent and early-stage concepts are increasingly jumping into the game.

Here is a detailed look at eight restaurant concepts that have launched franchising over the last quarter or so, including a boozy ice cream shop, a dog park restaurant and a former Starbucks-owned bakery. Each is in a different stage of the franchising process, whether they have just announced the call for franchisees or have already started opening units.

MUTTS Canine Cantina®

MUTTS Canine Cantina® is an innovative concept that is unrivaled in its space. While many restaurants allow dogs to dine on a patio while leashed, MUTTS™ offers a dog friendly cantina as well as off leash parks for small and large dogs, allowing dog lovers to enjoy all their favorite things, in one great place – good friends, great food and drinks and a fun outdoor environment. Learn more here!

Increase Revenue with Three Restaurant Marketing Strategy Rituals

What Will Power Guest Traffic and Spending in 2019 and Beyond? SPECIAL REPORT

How to Win Over Millennials? Cater to Their Kids!

Five Surefire Ways to Ensure Consistent Guest Experience at Multi-Location Restaurants

Retail Sales are Bouncing Back: Why Restaurants Should Care

Why are So Many Restaurants Going Bankrupt?

A TOAST TO A
GREAT OPPORTUNITY!

Why Curry Up Now CEO Prefers Kiosks Over Mobile App

For Curry Up Now, with six restaurants in San Francisco and plans for 41 more as part of a nationwide franchise push, kiosks play an important role in the company’s plans to go cashless this year, said Akash Kapoor, company founder and CEO. Kapoor hopes to eventually have 40-50 percent of his orders placed on kiosks.

“The kiosk doesn’t make mistakes and shows our food very well,” said Kapoor, who installed his first kiosk two years ago. The kiosk also does a good job of allowing new customers to view the full menu and the nutritional information, he said. Read the complete article here.

Acceler8Success Cafe Tuesday 3.19.19

It’s Never Easy to Raise Money
“Fundraising is easy” they say.

This is only spoken by people who have never raised money. It’s never easy to raise money. It is hard even for a well-established business. For early stage companies, it is even harder. Combine new business models and unproven concepts with anything involving lawyers, and “easy” is hardly the first thing that comes to mind. Pitch presentations, financial models, talking points, consistency with team members, valuation of a new business in a new market—tell us what part of that is “easy.”

READ HERE for a few options for bringing in outside resources to help you and some of the considerations to examine when you do.

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Successful Entrepreneurs: The 10 Self-Limiting Behaviors They Avoid

6 Critical Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make On LinkedIn And How To Fix Them

Facebook and Instagram Going Dark Should Be a Wake Up Call for Entrepreneurs

Stress Management for Entrepreneurs

This Entrepreneur Has Found Her Purpose In Cannabusiness

Power your small business from financing to growth, with Benetrends Financial’s smart, affordable and safe funding options.

Exploring Franchise Opportunities? Help is Closer Than You Might Think!

Are There Too Many Cooks In A Franchise System? What About Going Corporate?

The Best Ways For Franchise Owners To Build Community Trust

Rules to Live By When Launching a Franchise Program

Some Do’s and Don’ts for a Franchise to Become Successful
While the model and market are rapidly evolving with time, there are certain do’s and don’ts that still remains and means the same for business investors

The franchising model has been available since ages, proving to be successful for expanding a business nationally and internationally successfully. In modern times, franchising is one common destination that entrepreneurs and startup owners think of while establishing and running their businesses.

The long and rich history of the franchise allows the modern day’s entrepreneurs and franchisees who are keen towards managing their business successfully like a boss to learn many things from this model. While the model and market are rapidly evolving with time, there are certain do’s and don’ts that still remains and means the same for business investors. READ HERE for some do’s for growing a business.

Acceler8Success Cafe Thursday 3.14.19

FEATURED ARTICLE: Beware this 1 red flag personality trait. Harvard study says they can bleed you – and your money – dry

We all know at least person in the office who possesses all the traits of a toxic co-worker (i.e., they’re lazy, acts superior to others, loves to gossip, etc.). But one of the biggest red flag personality traits, according to a Harvard Business School study, is the constant need to spread negativity. In other words, they are a pain to be around and their actions can make everyone’s workday utterly miserable.

The data, which observed more than 50,000 employees, found that this type of “toxic” co-worker is a major red flag because of their ability to drive other employees to quit their jobs, faster and frequently. They can “cause major organizational cost, including customer loss, loss of employee morale, increased turnover and loss of legitimacy among important external stakeholders,” the researchers cited.

READ THE COMPLETE STORY AT Make It on CNBC.COM

Acceler8Success Cafe is your daily resource about Entrepreneurship & Business Ownership!

Startups With Focus On Older Demographic Gain Traction

How to Become a Master Communicator by Following This One Rule

The Essentials of a Pizzeria Manager’s Survival Kit

CBD Oil Is Everywhere, But Is It Really Safe and Healthy?

How This Nonprofit Consulting Firm Helps Small Businesses, Female Entrepreneurs

Are you thinking of going into business for yourself and learning how the choice of a franchise can “jump-start” the process and your earning potential?

Small Business, Big Lessons: Considering a Franchise

Multi-Unit Franchisee Insight – Career Turning Point & Best Business Decision

Entrepreneur: Are You Or Aren’t You?

IN THIS ARTICLE, the author explains when entrepreneurs should also consider themselves family business owners and what difference that simple but critical mindset shift will make for their businesses’ longevity.

How This Entrepreneur Became His Own Boss by Taking Financial Risks

15 Ways Serial Entrepreneurs Can Regain Focus And Productivity

How To Attract Top Talent: 5 Unique Ideas For Startups

The Illusion of Instant Startup Success

What Brands Are Using Podcasts?

A Comprehensive Business Plan Outline for Small Business

Business plans are an important business start-up step for many small business owners, especially those who are pitching their business ideas to investors or credit institutions for funding. Because of the vastness of information, business plans can also be one of the most overwhelming parts of starting a business. READ HERE about a business plan outline that walks you through each section of a basic business plan in the order they typically appear.

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