Every new business owner faces the same dilemma: what if it doesn’t work out?
Well, it’s not as bad as you think. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, 75 percent of new businesses survive their first year. But the challenge continues as 69 percent survive the second year and only 50 percent make it to five years.
But just because the data says so, doesn’t mean you will just let chance dictate your fate. By learning about the most common mistakes many restaurant owners make, you increase your chance of surpassing the challenges and succeeding in your business.
What are some reasons why restaurants fail?
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While many Hong Kong restaurants are famous for their signature dishes, Pei Ho Counterparts in Sham Shui Po is known for its philanthropic work.
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The restaurant scene in Dublin has never been as good as it is right now. Whether you’re looking for a belt-busting six course lunch or just a few native oysters to accompany a glass of Guinness, you’re spoiled for choice. Wondering where to start? Here are some of our current favorites of where to eat in Dublin from all around the city.
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Great news because shouldn’t hospital food be some of the “healthiest” food you can get? Ridiculous that it often is not the case.
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