QSR Industry

The fast casual sector of the restaurant industry has continued to gain popularity over the past few years by focusing its strategic efforts on appealing to a specific demographic: Millennials. Leading analysts show that these young adults in their early 20’s and 30’s account for...

According to a recent Forbes article on start-up costs for restaurants, you could be looking at anywhere between $100,000 to $300,000. Many costs coming from cooking equipment, refrigerators, tables, bar stools, shelving, and various other avenues. There’s also the important factor of having a way to collect money...

What makes a fast casual concept thrive and what makes their sales take a dive? Recently, qsrmagazine.com took a look back at 15 restaurants they have featured in the past 7 years to see where they were at now. We found one underlying theme throughout...

So, you know you need a new digital menu board, but did you know that is just the first step to a successful outside lane? Replacing the old clunky hardware with new technology will have amplified success with a pre-meditated menu strategy. Preview signs along...