Restaurant trade show season is upon us, and with it comes many marketing opportunities. You have an opening to build brand awareness, network with potential clients, and ultimately make sales. However, these opportunities can be inhibited by poor trade show print materials.
A new year brings optimism, excitement, and a whole host of new restaurant trends for the food industry. These trends could change the restaurant landscape. For instance, 2019 trends saw the addition of more plant-based products in both fast food chains and high-end establishments. We also saw a reduced use of plastic straws, and even the occasional CBD item on menus across the country.
With the new year underway, it's time to take stock of your the restaurant supplies you have on-hand. What did you run out of too quickly from the previous year? What did you buy too much of? Take this time to assess your inventory and buy new items for your restaurant for the coming year.
From food labels to smallwares, here is a list of supplies your kitchen needs for 2020.
A timeless approach to raising awareness among hungry customers is through restaurant direct mail. Sending out mailers to locals is an effective marketing strategy, even in today’s world of digital media.
Don’t believe us? You’re not alone. Because direct mail is a traditional marketing approach, it is often construed as boring. Print marketing has no dynamic content or opportunities for interactivity. However, that does not make it obsolete.
You already know that indoor and outdoor signage is all about impact and messaging. Good restaurant print items can elevate your marketing efforts to new levels. However, keeping up with multiple venders can be stressful. This may leave your restaurant signage lacking.