Given the current economic crisis, it will take a lot of creativity and hard work for restaurateurs to survive. The good news is that by nature, restaurateurs already are some of the most hard-working and creative business owners. Dare you disagree? Keep reading.With the unemployment rate approaching 7 percent and corporate profits most likely staying in the red for the foreseeable future, disposable incomes will be drastically reduced. This recession will be very different from other ...
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