chapter 2 summary.docx - Edwin F Torres Chapter 2 concepts and strategic business plan Summary 80 of today’s society fails on running a successful

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Edwin F Torres Chapter 2 concepts and strategic business plan Summary: 80% of today’s society fails on running a successful business because of the management. Before creating anything, the concept is the foundation that contributes to building a profitable foodservice operation. It serves as a blueprint and it is the philosophy and procedures of the business. There are 2 types of entrepreneurs the one that works indirectly with the operation and the one that works directly (Chef). Operations fail because of the finance, wrong management when hiring, or failure on the service of food and beverage. When creating a concept 3 main vital parts need to be unified with the concept (the style of service) quick, casual, and fine dining. Check average of costumers, and select a type of cuisine is the second step and the third step is
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Unformatted text preview: he connections, exterior, and interior designs that go well with the concept and cuisine. When choosing the location, we have to determine our type of guest we want to pursue, by studying and learning more about the guests. Competition will always be there if it is directly or indirectly, we as the foodservice managers must go one step ahead with our surroundings. Need to know: When choosing a location how do I know the type of customers for that specific area? How do I know when the direct and indirect competition is winning against my establishment? How do I know what the average check will be when pursuing a type of costumer?...
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  • Fall '16
  • Kelly Wolfe
  • Management, 80%, Edwin F Torres

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