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    Daniel Smith

  • Quick serves face growing competition from grocery stores and supermarkets that
    Are you losing business to the grocery store down the street? Don’t worry. You’re not alone.
    The iPad provides the restaurant industry with new ideas for incorporating more
    The hot new tech gadget has many quick-service insiders exploring its potential uses, from marketing to point-of-sale solutions.
    Snacking outside of the three established restaurant dayparts is on the rise amo
    Snacking habits among Americans are evolving, and quick serves are adapting their marketing and menus to accommodate.
    Renovations among quick-service franchises are a popular way to freshen a brand’
    Operators plan on committing more of their resources to redesigns and renovations in 2010 as they try to stay relevant for consumers.
    As casual-dining traffic counts fall, quick serves are positioning themselves for potential new diners.
    Free offerings have the potential of introducing a brand to new customers—and th
    Free offerings have the potential of introducing a brand to new customers—and the potential of degrading the value of your product.