How does foodservice business ensure profitability?
The two basic approaches to increasing sales are to sell to more people or to sell more
to your present customers or to do both. Increasing the customer base is usually
thought of as th
How can a lodging business take advantage of the needs of specific markets such
as the aging population, the environmentalists, the wellness seekers and those who
fall under generation Y?
From my point of view to fulfill the needs of sp
What are several of the advantages that have been provided to hotels through the
Internet? What are several of the disadvantages that hotels have experienced
because of the Internet?
Advantages provide hotels through the Disadvantages
Explain the components of travel and tourism.
Tourism attractions and facilities All natural, cultural and special features of
an area which attracts tourists to visit the area.
Accommodation - hotels and other types of fac
Explain ways that technology can help the foodservice businesses.
Touchscreen Food Vendors
Digital boxes such as the Tutti Fruity ice cream can produce 24 variations of cool
treats in 40 seconds. Another example is Coca-Cola's Freest
Foodservice industries are aimed to fulfill peoples social and biological needs,
and these needs are changing. Discuss how the industry reacts to these changes?
The restaurants serve both our social needs and our biological needs. We
Explain the seven basic questions for a prospective franchisee.
Here are seven basic questions for a prospective franchisee:
i. Is the company itself reasonably secures financially, or is it selling franchises to get
cash to cover ongoin
Explain the marketing strategies of a foodservice business.
Have an Attractive, Well-Optimized Website
According to some reports, 40 percent of your visitors will leave your site within three
seconds if its not loading properly. At an a
Explain the advantages and disadvantages of foodservice business chains and
independents in the following key areas: marketing and brand recognition, site
selection, access to capital, purchasing economies, control and information systems,
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The study that affects psychological, social, cognitive and emotional decisions of individuals and
institutions as well as the consequences for market prices, returns and resource allocation are known to
be the behavioral economics. Individua
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