By Sydney Ahmadian You’re excited to earn 23 per cent more income with a great branding campaign. You’ve pinned down your brand story and identity. Now, it’s time to apply your shiny new brand to the four major customer touchpoints: your menus, website, marketing materials, and ordering app profiles. 1. Your menus Menus are prime […]
By Sydney Ahmadian A great brand is pivotal to marketing your business. It helps people identify people, companies, and products. Without it, customers won’t know what your restaurant is all about. COVID-19 sanitized many restaurants of their branding, making now the perfect time to build a stronger brand presence. You don’t have to be a […]
By Sydney Ahmadian Long before multi-coloured window panes symbolized Microsoft, ranchers used brands to distinguish their cattle from other herds. A brand was a symbolic representation of the rancher’s business, manifested in real life on the haunches of their cows. A great brand acts as a physical or symbolic representation of your business to help […]
The final chapter of our three-part look at restaurant branding during the pandemic looks at how to build a unique brand identity to stand out in a crowded market. By Doug Radkey Within this series, we’ve learned the importance of a brand guide along with consistent brand messaging, and come to understand the elements of connection […]
In Part II of our three-part look at restaurant branding during the pandemic, we assess how operators can build a lasting connection with their community. By Doug Radkey In Part I of this series, the word connection was used often. When you are building or rebuilding the essence of a brand, it is all about the connection […]
In Part I of a new three-part look at restaurant branding during the pandemic, we assess how operators can lay solid marketing foundations By Doug Radkey Hospitality, since the beginning of time, has been about building connections. That right there is not going to change, even with a global pandemic thrown our way. Even though […]
2020 has been a difficult and painful year for foodservice operators. What can restaurateurs do to retain their brand equity?
Canada’s restaurant industry generates $80 billion in annual sales, which means there are many restaurants competing for customers’ attention. In a crowded market of trendy menus and eye-pleasing decors, foodservice brands are looking to distinguish themselves and create a sense of place that goes beyond catchy slogans and a memorable name. Restaurants and bars that […]