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Grim Forecast for 2010 Drink Sales   November 4, 2009

Beverage alcohol sales on-premise are expected to decline again in 2010, although at a slower rate than is occurring in 2009, according to Technomic.More>>

Trends Article
Full-Service Restaurants Show Signs of Improvement   October 28, 2009

Full-service restaurants experienced a 6.3 percent decline in September, a much slower rate of decline compared to 12.0 percent decline in August, according to a SalesMetrics report.More>>

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Deciphering Data   October 13, 2009

A modern POS system can provide you with reports on about 50 data categories. Which are most important? Here are my picks, as well as picks from several beverage managers.More>>

Money Tree Article
The Wire (September 2009)   September 9, 2009

Information on the following new products: Vita-Mix XL Blender, MoneyTree Mini Cash ATM, Comcast Business Class TV, American Metalcraft Martini Wine Stand, XtremeScan II Laser Projector and Sharp Electronics’ UP-V9900 POS System.More>>

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Breakthrough Sales Report   September 9, 2009

Nightclub & Bar brings you the first exclusive special report from GuestMetrics on current sales trends based on actual point-of-sale data.More>>

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Be a Control Freak   September 8, 2009

A hands-on approach ensures good bar costs. Read on to find out where to get involved.More>>

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Special Report: Tracking Drink Trends   September 8, 2009

On-premise sales are down, according to GuestMetrics data, but opportunities exist.More>>

Stressing Article
Managing the Big Three   August 5, 2009

Labor, beverage and food costs can be improved. Here’s how.More>>

How many beers? Article
Consumer Insights: Patrons Seek Selection   June 17, 2009

How many beers should you list on your menu? What about spirits brands? Wine offerings? How many are too many, and what’s too few?More>>

Best in Bar Management Article
Reduce Costs & Preserve Quality   June 5, 2009

Reducing costs is the least complicated way for you to see results quickly. It also is the potential “slippery slope” that will cut into your existing sales if you go about it recklessly.More>>



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