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5 of the Most Irresistible Marketing Ideas for Catering Business Owners

Catering is one competitive son of a bun! Starting a catering business means going to battle with hundreds of other caterers who are all trying to get the biggest bite out of the pie…If you’re cooking-up a new catering business, here are 5 catering and restaurant marketing ideas to help make your business the cream of the catering crop.…

New Products, New Ideas, and New Marketing Strategies 2013

Make 2013 the year when you come out of the marketing shadows and start getting aggressive with your promotional campaigns. Fortune favors the brave as they say, and there’s a world of products and ideas out there to help you take your business to the next level. NextDayFlyers stepped up its game last year by releasing a truckload of new products into the marketplace to help the small business owner. Here is a guide to a few of those new products and some suggestions on how to use them to build successful marketing campaigns:…

The Art of Design #24: Menus

This week on The Art of Design we return to the yummiest of all print products; the Menu. As the 2nd most important thing behind the actual food, the menu is critical to entice a hungry patron before they even know what they want. It must delight the eyes and wet the appetitite, yet be informative enough to leave the customer satisfied in their order. Keep the restaurant cooking with these tips, tutorials, FREE templates and more!…

The Art of Design #7: Menus

The right menu can make or a break a restaurant or bar. It literally can be the virtual representation of the food or drink you are about to present to your customer and help them decide whether they want the $5 shrimp cocktail or the $50 Filet Mignon. Folds, sizes, papers, coatings; the overwhelming amount of options available to the design of a menu offers another level of complexity to the design. Bottom line; it better be at its top form and be consistent with the image you are trying to portray at your restaurant… or you better start looking for another career.

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