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Ramp-Up Your Marketing Strategy with a Network That Does All the Heavy Lifting for You

Hey there! I hope you’re getting off to a good start this week. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and for those of you in the food and drink space, this is going to be a “big day” on the calendar for you. Most of us are just now starting to take some time to reflect on not only what happened last year but what we would like to differently in the weeks and months ahead.

Taking the time to “stay current and connected” to what’s going on in your industry is always worth the effort – but it can be overwhelming at times. If you’ve found it hard to keep-up with all that is going on in the food and drink space, I would highly recommend that you check out Foodable TV.

Founded by Paul Barron, Foodable TV is a virtual one-stop-shop media company that focuses on the restaurant and hospitality space. The Foodable Network is literally a network that covers everything from fast casual to mobile technology, specialty food and of course marketing & social media.

You can even zero in on a specific city or town near you. Now I have to warn you that the first time you visit the site it can seem pretty overwhelming – but Foodable does a lot of the heavy lifting for you. If you’re ready to ramp-up your marketing strategy, here are 3 great places to start:

1. “Meeting the Consumer Demand of Ethnic Fast Casual” (Podcast)

2. “Upselling Master Class: How to Cultivate Lifetime Customers” (Video)

3. “Virtual Ordering Kiosks | Restaurant Recovery Series” (Video)

And hey before you go. . .I’d still like to hear from you.

Question: What blogs, websites or networks do you follow in order to stay current and connected in your industry? Share your comments below.

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This post was updated on May 28, 2020.

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