Too busy to read? Never! Grab a cup of coffee and steal a moment for yourself to savor tricks of the trade from some of the best restaurant professionals in the industry. Inspiring and enlightening, I think these books are more than worth your time. –
Restaurant Success by the Numbers: A Money-Guy’s Guide to Opening the Next Hot Spot Paperback
by Roger Fields
Don’t let the title scare. For those restaurant romantics, Roger Fields does an amazing job providing insight about creating and maintaining sound financial decisions while catering to a broad audience. Instructional, informative, and entertaining, this book is chocked full of valuable information from deciding bar size to understanding your market’s needs. He reinforces the importance of knowing your customers by providing some interesting facts. Did you know that eighteen to twenty-four year olds eat out more often than any other group? Written with authority and encouragement, Restaurant Success by the Numbers is one of those books that can inspire great decisions.
Coffee Shop Secrets
There are some people within the coffee shop industry who have not been telling the truth about how much it actually cost to open a coffee shop or open a coffee service business. There are two reasons for this.
1. They are trying to sell you something. Either some really expensive equipment, or some expensive consulting.
2. “They” don’t want to create more competition for themselves (ie, other coffee shop owners).
Wayne Mullins a former co-owner of two successful coffee shops have written this e book called Coffee Shop Secrets which is designed to walk you through the entire process of opening a coffee shop
Coffee Shop Secrets is not for people who think they can sit on their couch and have a coffee shop magically open for you. Opening a coffee shop is work! But Coffee Shop Secrets will guide you straight through the process with the fewest possible mistakes (saving you money and your valuable time).
To know more or purchase Coffee Shops Secrets, please CLICK HERE