It isn't just slumping sales and bad online reviews that can sink a bar, nightclub or restaurant. In our industry, all types of unexpected events and outside influences can devastate a business in moments. Here are 3 tales of owners who overcame the odds and rebuilt their bars.
Unfortunately, part of doing business is terminating the employment of some of those who work for us. To make the termination process easier for everyone involved, here are tips from several industry experts.
Unique, unusual, unexpected... All of these words point to one thing: creating the WOW Factor. Unusual glassware creates reactions, allows bartenders to personalize cocktails, starts conversations, and keeps guests coming back for more.
When operators consider waste, they likely only look at food waste or employee theft. However, waste comes in other forms in the hospitality industry. Operators need to understand that beverage and cleaner waste can cost them hundreds of dollars each month.
We're sprinting towards New Year's Eve and bars and nightclubs are preparing for very busy nights. Timing is everything: promote too early and you'll be forgotten, but promote too late and you won't be considered.
Your reputation is paramount to the success of your business, yet too many clubs dona t pay attention to it. Nightclub & Bar asked a number of PR professionals what you need to be aware of when hiring.