Daily deals abound in the digital age, but recent research indicates less-pricey customer loyalty programs may be a better bet for building long-term customer relationships. Consumers are likely to dine more often at restaurants that offer loyalty programs, and 65% of them say they're more likely to recommend those places to their friends, according to a survey from Loyalogy.
Loyalty programs vs. daily deals
SmartBrief Job Listings for Food & Beverage
|Store sales: Japanese knives, kitchenware, or tableware for food professionals||
New York Mutual Trading (MTC Kitchen)
|New York, NY|
|Culinarians Wanted, Kitchen Management Training in NYC||
Hillstone Restaurant Group