How to increase restaurant sales without advertising

Sales are a crucial part of every business and restaurants, like any other business, strive to always focus on their bottom line. The restaurant market that we have today is quite volatile, which makes restaurant sales even trickier.

This makes advertising a critical element in the equation. However, what if you want to increase your restaurant sales without using any advertisement strategies? Is it possible?

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How to promote your restaurant on social media

Social media has the power to greatly increase the awareness of your restaurant, but getting it right isn’t always easy, especially when you consider everyone is online today, including your competitors. Carry on reading for 5 tips we think you should know to successfully promote your restaurant on social media.

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The Food & Drink Trends That Took Over 2016!

A number of food and drink trends dominated the year of 2016, this could have been in street food markets, on various menus or even on social media. So we decided to delve in and find out what those were. Read on to find out!

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10 Things Candidates Need to Delete From Their CV’s


Receiving a CV laden with unnecessarily long words, career history including a two month stint of work at a local bakery, or links to their Twitter page, displaying their political stance is enough to warrant a game of paper toss.

According to research by CV-library, who surveyed 900 recruitment professionals – school grades, photos and hobbies should also be omitted from CVs.

Nearly three quarters (73%) still rate basic skills such as Microsoft Office on CVs; however, they advised candidates against listing irrelevant ‘soft skills’ including leadership and creativity.

98% of those surveyed believe that traditional CVs are still relevant in today’s recruitment process.

The top ten things candidates should remove from their CVs can be seen below:

  1. Photos – 25.8%
  2. Jargon – 18.6%
  3. Hobbies – 10.8%
  4. Outdated employment history – 9.9%
  5. Unnecessarily big words – 7%
  6. School grades – 5.3%
  7. Personal interests – 4.3%
  8. Acronyms – 3.1%
  9. Objectives and aims – 2.7%
  10. Social media links – 2.5%

Lee Biggins, Founder of CV-Library, comments: “While some employers now place more importance on broader experience and niche skills, it’s important that job hunters really shout about their soft skills, and highlight transferable qualities that they can apply to the role in question.

“Only the best CVs make the cut, so it’s important that they contain only the most relevant, enticing information for employers.”

Of the soft skills listed on CVs, communication (78%), attention to detail (57%), self-motivation (55%) and strong work ethic (53%) were rated most highly.

The least favoured soft skills to include were public speaking, creativity, leadership, conflict resolution and research skills.


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