Valentine’s Day is only a few days away now, and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t go all in this weekend to boost your sales. Girlfriends, boyfriends, Tinder-dates and the rest of all love-searching Brits will be aiming to look their best on Sunday. Continue reading Last minute Valentine’s tips
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website on non-paid search engine result pages. And we all know what that means, right? Yup. Making sure potential customers actually can find you online.
We’ve all seen them. We all know one of them. Those long-haired men with pony tails a.k.a man buns. The man bun trend has spread like a plague all over the UK in the last few years, but unlike a plague, millions won’t die from it – not even hairdressers. We’ve listed five reasons on how hairdresser actually can profit from the man bun trend.
Sure, trends can sometimes seem a bit crazy. But don’t underestimate the latest food fashion − being trendy in the kitchen may also mean that you can charge more for your food.
Many new entrepreneurs tend to overlook the power of doing something completely different. Sure, it can be a little frightening to go against the stream, but why not give it try? We had a chat with someone who did exactly this, and succeeded.
Playing background music at your place is perhaps nothing new. But did you know that music can do so much more than just setting a nice atmosphere? According to a survey by Heartbeats International, 31% of young people will come back to your business if the music is good, whereas almost half (44%) will leave if they don’t like the music.
On October 16th the world’s first Food Tech Week will kick off in London. The idea is to bring big and small players from the food industry together with techies, entrepreneurs and innovators to discuss and address some of the challenges that lie ahead.
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.
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.
Playing tunes in restaurants and cafés is nothing new. But did you know that music can do so much more than just setting a nice atmosphere? According to a survey by Heartbeats International, 50% of young people stay longer at restaurants or cafés if the music is good but almost half (44%) head out the door if the music is bad.