So your restaurant makes great food, but does it make great profits? Restaurant food costs typically range from 25-35% of total sales dollars. It’s best to aim for the lower end of that range if your restaurant has higher labor and overhead.
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Whether you’re hosting events in a restaurant’s private dining room, on a building's rooftop, or in a warehouse, brewery, or anywhere in between, being.
According to a National Restaurant Association study, about 75% of restaurant employees steal from their restaurants. The same study found that the average theft amount per restaurant worker is almost $500/year, which can add up to tens to.
Each summer Avero hires recent college graduates and current student interns who have an interest in hospitality to participate in the Avero Management Program, and this year’s class is our largest yet. The summer-long training program "Avero U".
As Avero continues to expand our client base of restaurants across the country and around the world, we are able to analyze key restaurant trends in more and more markets. This month, we take an in-depth look at year-over-year, same-store.
We here at Avero are proud to have supported the annual National Restaurant Association (NRA) Show – the industry's largest trade show with over 40,000 attendees and 2,000 exhibitors – for many years. As the premiere restaurant software company,.
There are numerous factors to manage when it comes to daily food and beverage operations, but there’s one that will always be harder to manage than the others: People. You can meticulously plan and forecast overtime, you can cross-train employees.
Earlier this year we released a new Avero Index highlighting Chicago area restaurant sales performance over the course of the year in 2015 compared to 2014. Now looking at the first four months of 2016 compared to 2015, we noticed a significant.
Many restaurant managers anecdotally know when their business is slower or busier and use that knowledge to staff and order food, but what if you could translate those anecdotes into tangible benchmarks and metrics for success? Avero restaurant.
Avero has been helping restaurants improve and grow their business for more than 15 years, and we’ve been able to prove this through various customer success stories. Most recently, we’ve helped two restaurants drive sales and cut costs with.