Chinese New Year is an important holiday celebrated in many parts of the world—including the Philippines. It’s a time for families to gather, share meals, exchange gifts, and show off their best outfits to ring in another prosperous year.
Before the dawn of technology, people didn’t have as much ease of checking up on each other like we do today. Although that’s no longer the case, the tradition lives on. And for many Singaporeans, the Chinese New Year reunion dinner is a favorite tradition.
In a 2018 study, 55% of customers responded positively to restaurants that adopt more sustainable business practices. When customers appreciate a business’s efforts, it builds brand loyalty and strengthens your relationship with your customers.
Trying to grow your restaurant on social media and going nowhere? Marketing your restaurant while still running the daily operations can feel like a serious burden—but you don’t want to neglect it. In fact, 80% of restaurant owners said keeping up with the competition’s marketing efforts was important to them.
Negative reviews can jeopardize your restaurant’s reputation. When properly handled, these negative reviews are opportunities to become a better restaurateur.