Mon, 18 May 2020
A product of Chicago, IL, Joe Fontana gave up his cush office lifestyle to pursue his passion for hospitality and food. At the time, this specific passion was meatballs. So he started where he could, selling meatballs at a farmers market, which lead to a Kickstarter campaign to support his brick and mortar. The meatball thing didn't work out, but it created opportunities, specifically, an opportunity for Fry The Coop.
Check out previous episode 425 with Joe Fontana as mentioned in today's episode!
Check out It's My Company Too!: How Entangled Companies Move beyond Employee Engagement for Remarkable Results by Kenneth R. Thompson, Ramon L. Benedetto, Thomas J. Walter, and Molly Meyer as mentioned in today's episode!
Check out The E-Myth: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber as mentioned in today's episode!
Check out Clockwork: Design Your Business to Run Itself by Mike Michalowicz as mentioned in today's episode!
Check out episode 422 with Juliette Gust about Ethics Suite as mentioned in today's episode.
Check out Toast POS as mentioned in today's episode!
Calls to ACTION!!!
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In today's episode with Joe Fontana we will discuss:
Restaurant365 is a cloud-based, all-in-one, restaurant-specific accounting and back-office platform that seamlessly integrates with POS systems, payroll providers, food and beverage vendors. It generates accurate real-time reporting and analysis in user-friendly dashboards, facilitating immediate, data-driven decision making. Restaurant365 eliminates manual, error-prone processes and is designed to help restaurant businesses grow with functionality that helps optimize labor costs, reduce food costs and increase revenue.
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