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So You Opened A Successful Restaurant. Now What?

Congratulations! How do you keep things rolling forward once the novelty wears off?

All that blood, tears, toil and sweat finally paid off. Not only did you open your restaurant, you’ve also kept happy customers coming in the door, day after day. It’s an amazing accomplishment few people ever get to experience. Congratulations! Hidden inside most goals are the first steps to the next challenge. How do you keep things rolling forward once the novelty wears off? To keep your restaurant running successfully you’re going to need a new set of skills. Here are a few things to keep in mind…

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senior housing

Current Research Suggests Future Lack of Housing For Seniors

How do we keep up with senior living trends to meet the demands for housing in the growing senior community?

Over 75 million people were born during the Baby Boom—the post World War II generation that stretches from 1946 through 1964. Many Baby Boomers are already starting to look into their options for assisted healthcare, and many more will be within the next decade. More potential customers means that healthcare centers that act now can prepare to capitalize on the rise in eligible customers. A recent study suggests that, very soon, demand for senior housing will severely exceed the supply.

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Starting a Restaurant? Avoid these 4 Most Common Mistakes

Common mistakes sink the best intentions, but being aware of them can help you take them head on.

There are a lot of good reasons to start a restaurant. A passion for food. A clever restaurant concept. A family recipe that will reel in customer after customer. But there are just as many, if not more, pitfalls that can trash a restaurant before it’s been open for a year. Some of the mistakes are obvious, but others can sneak up on both fresh-faced rookies and established restaurant owners.

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