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The restaurant industry is one of the most resilient, as it’s always changing, evolving, and adapting.
What’s in the innovation pipeline for the restaurant industry?
Robert Rosenberg, former Dunkin Donuts CEO, was at the helm for 35 years, seeing his share of successes and failures. He’s now captured that time in a new book, Around the Corner to Around the World.
FreeRange Concepts’ Kyle Noonan joins host Barbara Castiglia to explore how the restaurant management company’s concepts came to life and have since carved out unique spaces in the foodservice world.
On this episode of The Main Course with host Barbara Castiglia, Castiglia was joined by Dara St. Louis, Senior Vice President and Founding Partner at Reach3 Insights.
Mike Whatley of the National Restaurant Association outlines current challenges facing restaurants and how his organization is attempting to aid those businesses.
Nabeel began ideating with his co-founder about how they could bring to any restaurant what the big brands have—their own website, apps, ordering platform, loyalty programs, etc.
ShiftPixy’s Scott Absher explores how the company leverages human capital experience and gig-economy tech to aid restaurant operators.
In the midst of a global pandemic, food safety guidelines become even more crucial for the health of consumers.
“When I say that the future has been accelerated by the pandemic, it is digital. It has forced restaurants to understand that they are a technology company,” Duea said.
This week on The Main Course, Barbara Castiglia discusses how business owners can protect protect themselves from potential lawsuits.
“The Main Course,” dips into the world of coffee with guest Scott Patterson, professional actor and founder of Scotty P’s Big Mug Coffee.
Introducing The Main Course with Barbara Castiglia, an in-depth exploration of the intense and competitive modern restaurant industry.