As a restaurateur you need to keep up with industry trends. What better way to do that than by listening to podcasts? Entertaining and educational. The right podcasts can give you insight into how other people run their restaurants as well as tips on how to improve yours. Here are a few of the top ones to listen to.
The brainchild of Eric Cacciatore, ‘Restaurant Unstoppable’ aims to “empower independent restaurant owners/operators with the tools, knowledge, and attitude to happily and successfully live out their purpose and passion.”
All In The Industry
Hosted by Shari Beyer, ‘All in the Industry’ is part of Heritage Radio Network based in Brooklyn. The host holds conversations with experts such as food journalists, chefs and restaurant lawyers. Listen at: Apple Podcasts, Stitcher
Another podcast under Heritage Radio Network, Opening Soon looks at the journey that restaurant owners go through when starting their restaurant business.
Right At The Fork
‘Right at the Fork’ is Cort Johnson and Chris Angelus’ podcast that sheds light on the restaurant scene in Portland, Oregon. Fun and informative, they bring in guests to discuss issues such as sourcing local ingredients and service models.
Smart Pizza Marketing
Hosted by Bruce Irving, the ‘Smart Pizza Marketing’ podcast gives insight into how to run a successful pizza business. The host interviews restaurant owners and finds out how they market their businesses and differentiate themselves.
Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast
As the name suggests the ‘Restaurant Technology Guys Podcast’ looks at cutting edge technology affecting the restaurant industry. The podcast is hosted by Jeremy Julian and Ryan Williams. They review anything from gadgets to software used by restaurateurs.
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Listening to others may give you a sense that you’re not alone in the challenges faced when running a restaurant. It could spark new ideas for you to try out. Best of all it could inspire you to have your own podcast enabling you to share your experience and thoughts.
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