Restaurants: Stop Paying Commission on Online Orders [Workshop]

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: We provide online ordering solutions so you can save the commission on online orders.  It is easy to use, affordable, and give customers what they want online, where they want to be.

A recent survey found that less than 10% of restaurants using delivery apps said it was very profitable and 21% said it was not at all profitable.  How can you get online ordering to work for you?

About this Free Event

Restaurant kitchen with chefStop Paying Commission by Having Your Own Online Takeout and Delivery Solution

How much are you paying in commissions for takeout orders made online?  Even if you don’t want to have your own delivery service, you can save the commission on takeout orders.

What will you learn?

  • How importing is online ordering?
  • What do delivery apps promise and what do they deliver?
  • What do you lose working with the delivery app marketplace?
  • What does the online app look like and is it easy to use?
  • How much could you save on commissions?
  • What is the special offer for Small Business Week?

When: Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Where: Calgary Chamber of Commerce

Address: 600 – 237 8th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5C3

Cost: FREE

Contact: Dwight Stewart, 403-455-5969

Small Business Week in Calgary is a great opportunity to learn about new strategies and tools available to help you grow your business.

We hope you can make it!

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Mark Freeman, Senior Manager of Global Dining Services, Microsoft asked, “Will they use it? Will i provided a superior experience?”  This goes back to 2013 and is not controversial to today’s consumers.

The proof was in the numbers.  The app increased cafeteria traffic by 24% compared to the three years previous and the average check increased between 14$ to 18%.

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