Recruiting staff is an essential part for any business, especially in an expanding one. But getting a new person onboard is something most business owners are anxious about. The human factor is both exciting and terrifying.
At iZettle we’ve learnt that big things start small. Last week we introduced you to Andy Waugh who runs several The Wild Game Co. restaurants and a monthly pop up. However, everything started small with only a simple meat counter at Broadway market.
BAM! When you’re new to Yelp, the feeling you get when getting an awesome review is hard to compete with. Your heart skips a beat, you celebrate with champagne and you can’t wait to share it with your mates… But wait! You shouldn’t sit back and relax because you did your job well. Knowing how to deal with positive customer reviews is just as important as dealing with complaints. Here are the basics to how to make the most of your great reviews. Continue reading Yelp 101: How to make the most of positive reviews
Have you ever thought about setting up a food market stall? Whether you’re cooking in your own kitchen or at a Guide Michelin restaurant: A street food market is a great place to try out a concept and reach new customers. Continue reading 5 easy steps: How to take your kitchen to the streets
You know the feeling of trying to find a new place to eat and you don’t know where to go? I think we all do. Every month, 135 million people around the world turn to Yelp’s business registry to find – and review – the tastiest burgers and the best local businesses. Needless to say, Yelp is a goldmine for attracting customers. Continue reading Five things you should do to attract customers through Yelp
Small businesses are booming, but an alarming amount of them go belly up. And fast. According to Bloomberg, as many as 80% of small businesses fail in the first 18 months. Some research suggests a survival rate at a slightly more optimistic 50%. Still – about as fun as carrying a bag of cats in the rain.