Business-building Ideas on the Menu at Nightclub & Bar ShowDecember 2, 2009 By: Nightclub & Bar
Wondering how to grow traffic, sales and profits at your nightclub, bar or restaurant in 2010? The Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show team has been hard at work putting together a stellar lineup of speakers who will focus on exactly that during the upcoming event in Las Vegas, March 8-10. Among the hot topics are winning promotions, social media marketing, increasing drink profits, drink and flavor trends, driving guest traffic and loyalty and effective staff management. In addition, attendees will find out what’s next for the business during the State of the Industry address, to be delivered by Dr. Peter Cressy, President/CEO, Distilled Spirits Council, and which nightclubs are succeeding and how during the 2010 Top 100 Panel, moderated by Donna Hood Crecca of Nightclub & Bar and David Henkes of Technomic.
Members of the Millennium Advisory Board will present two Super Sessions, one on Effective Beverage Promotions & Marketing Strategies and another on Training in 2010 & Beyond. Both are sure to deliver insights and ideas operators can take back to their bars and apply right away.
For those looking to dig in deep on the big challenges, the NCB Show presents four intensive, three-hour workshops on Monday, March 8:
• Jon Taffer’s Business Changing Dynamics: Increase Your Revenue by 18% - Guaranteed will present actionable ideas to grow your business.
• Building a Profitable Team by Robert Casillas and Guy Wilson of Monsoon Group Las Vegas will focus on your staff as a key component of your success.
• Successful Beverage Management: Proven Strategies for the On-Premise Operator will be offered by Robert Plotkin of BarMedia, a leading expert on operational excellence.
• Violence and Liabilities: Changing Standard Procedure is the topic to be delved into by security expert Robert C. Smith of Nightclub Security Consultants.
If there is a topic, challenge or opportunity you want to learn more about, the Nightclub & Bar Show undoubtedly will address it. Click on www.ncbshow.com to learn more. And remember, if you register for the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show by Jan. 8, you save $100 off the cost of registering at the show.
Look for updates on the Nightclub & Bar Convention and Trade Show conference sessions, events and exhibit floor in upcoming issues of NCB First Round.