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If you want to introduce your ethnic concept to burger-and-fries-loving Americans, try giving them something they’re familiar with.
For small concepts, diversifying local-store marketing efforts beyond fliers and handouts is the best way to secure new business.
Loyalty programs aren’t the only way to build repeat visits.
If your company is growing beyond its own marketing capabilities, hiring a marketing agency might be a smart move. Here’s what to look for.
Take your charitable activities—and your brand—to a whole new level.
Increase your brand appeal with two lucrative target segments: Millennials and moms.
Brand-building strategies change as a company progresses from the start-up phase to maturity.
A quick-serve brand’s logo can help it stand above competitors as a reliable dining option.
From big restaurant companies to small, a strong corporate culture attracts customers, engages employees, and enables better decision-making.
Partnering with other brands can strengthen your value proposition and introduce your own brand to new customers.