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Most quick serve, fast casual and other food-centric brands with drive-thrus concentrate on speed of transaction and order accuracy. This is because historical research studies have indicated that these are the strongest needs of drive-thru customers. However, customer attitudes and behaviors have shifted tremendously in...

Today’s restaurant entrepreneur is turning to alternate funding solutions to power their companies. Equity crowdfunding site Funders Club and investor start-up connection hub Angel List, both tap into wealthy, accredited investors. With a solid quick serve pitch with statistic planning to back it, the average...

The restaurant business is constantly evolving, and that’s true for fast food establishments as well. Higher adoption of faster payment methods such as contactless and in-app payments are on the rise. Additionally, automation continues to ramp up with more chains testing self-order kiosks. In fast food,...

Today’s drive thru expands beyond the fast food and quick serve restaurant industry. The emphasis on convenience has retailers re-imaging service and distribution. Traditional sit-down establishments such as cafes or restaurants, as well as shopping destinations like grocery stores, are introducing the drive thru format...

The drive thru is the cornerstone of the quick service dining experience, with well over 50 percent of fast food sales in the United States derived from the drive thru. Drive thru value is continuing to grow and, therefore, the importance of drive thru...

According to recent restaurant industry research, the future of “snackable bites” is optimistic within the fast casual dining and quick service-dining sector. Rapid growth in this market was predicted, due to a strengthening economy coupled with changing consumer attitudes toward snacking. Consumer behavioral...

According to Wikinvest, the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) industry represents one of the largest segments of the food industry with over 200,000 restaurants and $120B in sales in the United States alone. With an approximate 20 percent increase in workers in the quick service restaurant...