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Posted: Sunday, October 8, 2017 9:48 AM


Alameda County SBDC presents:

Managing and Growing a Thriving Restaurant

Monday, October 16, 12:00pm-5:00pm, Oakland


The restaurant industry is challenging and complicated, but also incredibly rewarding!
Making great food is only the beginning. To be successful you must also be good at branding, marketing, sourcing, managing people, operations and mastering your numbers.

This free half-day seminar, presented by industry experts, will provide you with ideas and perspectives to allow you to step back to take a fresh look at your restaurant business. You will learn current trends and best practices, and approaches to assess and improve your operations.

Industry experts will discuss the Following Topics:

- State of the Restaurant Business Today
- Effective Branding and Communication
- Taking Care of Your People
- Boost Your Financial Performance
- Discussion with Rich Wood, Owner, Wood Tavern (Oakland)


Deagon Williams, Culinary Business Strategy
Anthony Harrison, Sprauve -Harrison Consulting
Allison Ball, Alison Ball Consulting
Rich Wood, Restaurant Owner, (Wood Tavern, Southie, The Wolf)

Monday, October 16

James Irvine Conference Center
353 Frank F. Ogawa Plaza
Oakland, CA, 94612

No Charge.

Phone: 510-208-0410
Contact: Lee Lambert

About Alameda County SBDC:
The Alameda County Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is the premier provider of advisory services to small businesses in our area. The Alameda County SBDC connects small business owners with expert Business Advisors who work hands-on with clients to address challenges, seize opportunities and grow our clients' bottom line.

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• Location: Oakland, San Francisco

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