Running a restaurant and getting new customers is the biggest challenge for the business owners? that is being offered to the customers should make them feel special and worth the value of money they are shelling out to have an evening out with their family or friends. Rising costs make people think twice before they decide on their choice of restaurant. Be sure about the class of people whom you want to cater the needs. Go for the plan accordingly and design your restaurant.
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If you decide franchising is right for your restaurant, you will soon experience that you’ve entered a completely different type of business: selling and servicing franchisees. You will also learn that the ultimate key to success in franchising is having successful franchisees.
A hotel and a motel have many differences but the two major ones are services they provide and construction. A hotel typically has numerous employees, who serve a different purpose in the establishment like housekeeping, kitchen staff, room service, and concierge etc. whereas Motels work with comparatively smaller number of employees namely the receptionist and housekeeping. In most motels, there is just one person carrying out different jobs at the motel. Hotels also consist of multiple floors and rooms; they offer a bar or lounge (sometimes with live entertainment), beauty or barber shops, full-service restaurant laundry, car services, etc. But motels provide services as basic as a room to sleep in and a restroom.
Employment in the accommodation and food-services sector was down 33 per cent in June from prepandemic levels, at 820,000 people, according to Statistics Canada. The sector hit a low of 614,400 in April. Restaurants Canada said it has received supplementary data from Statscan that showed 200,000 of those employed in the sector in April received no hours.