Here’s a basic example of a SWOT diagram that applies to the restaurant industry.Draw up your own chart that’s as specific as possible to your own restaurant.
Here’s a basic example of a SWOT diagram that applies to the restaurant industry.Draw up your own chart that’s as specific as possible to your own restaurant.It is a plan that reflects everything…your possibilities, your potential, and your limitations as well.
Having a written marketing plan is a must for your restaurant.
Become your own marketing strategist by following these four steps, and remember, don’t forget social media!
Put your ideas, goals and strategies into a written report.
End that report with a series of key steps you plan to take to achieve your goals.
These are tried and true methods of analysis that apply to most businesses’ marketing needs.
They are used by professional marketing executives to strategize from one-person businesses to multi-million dollar corporations.
Gather the main stakeholders in your restaurant (owners, managers, head chef etc.) and openly discuss the direction of your brand.
You may also want to include one or two loyal or potential customers in this session, if they’re willing.
For each step, leave space to record your notes and observations as the plan is implemented.
That way you can learn from successes and failures.