Nothing complicates the life of a restaurant owner quite like a disaster hitting the business, whether it’s a natural disaster (hurricane, tornado, nor’easters, blizzard) or a disaster from a heavy rain, broken pipe, or cracked foundation. Even with proper and thorough disaster preparation, restaurants can still find themselves dealing with complicated damage in the aftermath.
So much of the focus on women in the restaurant industry these days is on getting through the door and into a job, management position, or ownership stake. That is no doubt a struggle, even today. But the many other challenges women in the restaurant industry continue to face on a daily basis can easily be overlooked. After all,
Planning out emergency procedures is not exactly one of the fun aspects of your responsibily as a restaurant owner. No one wants to imagine their business (and your staff, and your customers) being in severe danger due to a natural disaster. However, if you’re on or near one of the coasts, hurricane planning needs to
Getting your restaurant running can be an exciting time for a new owner. Every decision seems like a new adventure, and one step closer to achieving your dream. However, it’s easy to become overwhelmed when it comes to your new restaurant’s insurance. And it’s just as easy to push off setting up the right insurance