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How to get in a cooking business?

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Active Mar 20 at 12:45

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Posted by Kalvin P.
Andrew Sukijbumrung | Deployment Specialist at PwC I worked in many restaurants as a teenager and young adult. ...

What are some of the major problems that most people don't think of when opening a Bar and Grill? What gets overlooked when planning and building a Bar and Grill?

I have always wanted to own and operate my own bar and grill. I have been working in the food service industry since high school, and am now getting the business background I want to help insure I understand the ins and out of the business world. I have asked a few local successful Bar owners...

#construction #business #restaurants

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Active Sep 21 '17 at 00:49

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Posted by Micah S.
Emily Novak | Pastry Chef at Serpico This is a little less about the money and logistics of ...

What is the most important thing to look for when looking for a location for a Bar and Grill? How did you keep your costumers coming back?

I have seen very successful Bar and Grills in slow and very busy locations. How do you, or how did you decide on where to build your Bar? What do you look for in a customer base and how did you get them coming back? #business #real-estate...

#restaurants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Micah S.
Laura Rose Dailey | Farmer & Food Advocate GOOD FOOD. good service. that's all you need. if you believe ...

I want to open my own bakery. Does it cost a lot of money to buy one?

I love baking so much and want to one day open my own shop. Do you need all the money to buy a place or build one? How does that work? #business #cooking-and-baking...

#restaurants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:27

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Posted by Dayiana Z.
Rosie Romo | Executive Chef Hi Dayiana, I love baking too! There are so many ways ...

How much does a chef make a year: With a culinary degree? Without one?

Not sure I can afford a culinary degree #chef #hospitality...

#restaurants

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Active Oct 30 '17 at 18:04

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Posted by yael R.
Amanda Zimmerman | Executive Pastry Chef at Gertrude's I went to school, but school's not at all necessary in ...

Can someone explain how much each person in a business earns?

I'm a new college student and unfamiliar with the business world. I'm curious about how much money a business would need to generate in order to have x amount of employees. I'm also wondering about what percentage each person of the hierarchy would earn. For businesses such as restaurants, I...

#management #business #restaurants

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Active Mar 02 at 21:08

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Posted by Sean P.
Lori DeFrias | Sr. Business Analyst - Strategic Channels Support and ... Sean, The question you pose is complex and has many variables. ...

Slower-paced cooking?

I love to cook, and would love to be able to do it for other people. However, I don't like the speed involved in being a chef for a typical restaurant (to get the food to the table of the customer). Is there an alternate career that might fit me better? Maybe a smaller cafe-style restaurant?...

#chef #career-counseling #culinary #restaurants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:26

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Posted by Rebekah H.
Moe Faulkner | Chef Manager at ARAMARK Hi Rebekah! I'm so excited that you are interested in the ...

What are the pros and cons of the restaurant business?

Want to know from those deeply involved in the business. #chef #restaurants #restaurant...

#owners

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Active Nov 25 '17 at 19:09

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Posted by Kareem I.
Laura Rose Dailey | Farmer & Food Advocate it's really hard. it doesn't stop. vacations are pretty much nonexistent. ...

Good weekend-only jobs?

Hi. I'm just wondering if anybody knows of some good jobs that can hire people only for the weekends. I'm a college student who already works 20 hours a week at the library so the weekend is all that I can manage. I've been considering applying to restaurants and the like because it seems like...

#weekend-jobs #jobs-for-college-students #retail #restaurants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by Melody U.
LaWanda Shouvely(Candi) | Experienced Eligibility/Caseworker actively looking. Seeking new opportunities. Hi! Retail stores usually has weekend availability, try that. Good luck!

Where to start?

I plan on going to culinary school after high school. I plan on starting my own restaurant. Should I start my business after I get out of culinary school or should I gain some experience in an actual restaurant first? I already have a business plan, target market, demographics and all of the...

#culinary #culinary-arts #business #restaurants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Jamian V.
Tom Moore | Credit Risk Systems Architect at Barclaycard US Nothing will prepare you more for owning and running your own ...

What technical skills and personality traits are best for Hospitality and Management?

Hi, I'm Bailey, from Ottawa, Canada, I'm in 12th grade. I have an assignment for my coop class asking what are a few technical skills and personality traits you should have for your preferred career, which for me is Hospitality and Management- Hotel and Restaurant to be specific. I can think of...

#hospitality #hotel-management #management #restaurants

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Active Aug 25 '17 at 22:29

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Posted by Bailey G.
Cary Fisher | College Graduate Seeking Position In The Hospitality Industry Well first off let me say you at a young age ...

What can I do to get ready for a culinary arts school?

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Active Nov 25 '17 at 19:15

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Posted by Isaiah T.
Emily Novak | Pastry Chef at Serpico How to prepare for school? Relax! You're going there to learn. ...

New business idea in restaurant industry. What are my next steps?

I'm 19 years old. I have no experience in the restaurant industry. Yet I have an idea. I'm going to spare many details so I'm going to get to the questions: Who should I start talking to? When should I start raising capital? Finding investors? General next/ necessary steps? Any input is...

#help #advice #entrepreneurship #business-idea #mentoring #capital #restaurants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:39

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Posted by Matthew W.
Sivaramakrishnan Manikantan | Client tech support assosciate Hi Mathew All the best for your future. Food and clothes ...

What restaurant should I go to to become a chef?

I'm a sixth grade student and my name is payton i love cooking and culinary arts i love to watch chef's to cook all different kinds of food #cooking #culinary-arts #restaurants #chefs...

#schooling

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Payton .
Eli Feldman | Hospitality and Restaurant Consultant Hi! Really excited you are so into cooking. I think the ...

Creating A cafe

So I want to set up and have a running cafe when I get older. I'm in 10th grade now. Would it be best to start saving up money and plan how I want my cafe now? Or should I wait? #career #finance #career-counseling #career-path #restaurants #project-planning...

#business-finance

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:58

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Posted by Ruth B.
Nancy Hamp, MA | Organizational Leadership • Assessment and Interviewing • Educational ... What an exciting idea! Now is the time to focus on ...

where should I start to become a chef?

i'm Payton and i'm in sixth grade i really love cooking i watch the food network channel and i also love to cook as well but i really want to get in the culinary arts. #classes #cooking #culinary-arts #restaurants #culinary-skills...

#schooling

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:07

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Posted by Payton .
Elizabeth Coccia | Higher Education Professional - M.Ed Hi Payton! You can start whenever you want! As a 6th ...

what are the requirements for a chef?

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by kenia S.
Manuel Garcia Kenia, First of all you'll have to really enjoy cooking, obviously. ...

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