Are you staying up to date with the latest food trends? If you’re looking to attract foodies and hipsters – you should be. The food and restaurant scene can move quite fast, so to stay ahead you need to make sure to get on board quickly.
Every business depending on street traffic flow should have some kind of location strategy. We called Andy Waugh at the The Wild Game Co in London to let him guide us through some of the important aspects of location.
Cashing up for expensive marketing initiatives isn’t exactly what you dream of when your new business is forming. That’s why small business owners need to be smarter than that and rely more on creative tactics in order to grow.
Most cafés, bars and restaurants have some kind of pricing strategy, but it’s just the first step in the field of Revenue Management. A more structured – and less gut-influenced approach can prove highly beneficial.
Dan Pope has been around the east London club scene for almost 15 years. Starting with the east London club night Trailer Trash, he has developed popular venue Dalston Superstore and is now expanding the pizza concept Voodoo Ray’s into new locations.
Instagram can be used for more than just keeping up with your friends’ vacation plans or your niece’s football career. It’s a great place to promote your business to potential users. But getting the right content is crucial!
Even if you’re running a “cool” café in town, the loudest and hippest music may be a deal breaker if your customers are trying to chat with each other. However, background music that’s not generic, boring or whiny can be quite hard to come by.
Few digital tools are as efficient as Instagram. But social media growth demands activity and sincerity. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when drafting out your Instagram strategy. #letsgo.