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Press Releases from Restaurant Expert Witness (8 total)

Howard Cannon to Appear on Popular Travel Channel TV Show

Howard Cannon, America’s most visible Restaurant and Bar Expert Witness, will be appearing on one of the Travel Channel's most popular television shows. Filming is to begin the week of September 23rd in Alaska and will show Mr. Cannon using his unique and memorable approach to fixing restaurants and bars to turnaround a struggling establishment and get it back on its feet and profitable within two-days. More specific details about

Restaurant Expert Witness, Howard Cannon - Featured Speaker for Panera Bread Man …

Restaurant Expert Witness, Howard Cannon - Featured Speaker for Panera Bread Management As featured speaker for Panera Bread management in Pittsburgh last week, Howard Cannon - America’s most visible Restaurant Expert Witness, delivered an inspirational perspective on the correlation of attitude and profitability in the restaurant industry to approximately 110 attendees. In his trademark thought-provoking style, Cannon urged management to remember that they are in the “hospitality” industry after all. “Yes,

Restaurant Expert Witness Says The New Restaurant Owner Can Save A Fortune By Hi …

Times are tough and the economy has tightened everybody's wallet. But when one hires an inexperienced lawyer for their particular industry, the long-term cost to the business could be catastrophic. On the flip side, sourcing and securing a seasoned attorney who understands the inner workings of the industry can save the business owner a fortune in time, money, and hassle down the road. Restaurant Expert Witness,

Counting Beans or Pennies? A Restaurant Accounting System is Critical, says Rest …

“No, the beans in the kitchen don’t necessarily need to be counted, but your money does, and the folks who do this counting, (accountants) are affectionately called ‘bean counters’,” says Howard Cannon, Restaurant Consultant, Restaurant Expert Witness, and CEO. “Many restaurants don’t keep a good eye on the bottom line and then they run into trouble and the owner wonders why.” The best way to prevent financial trouble and figure

Start Your Restaurant with an Experienced Restaurant Industry Lawyer, Says Resta …

So you've got a great new restaurant concept. Congratulations. Just in case you don't know, the restaurant business is about more than food and service. It’s about being an amateur lawyer and private investigator, knowing where to go for help, and playing by the rules. If you don't play by the rules, you can be sure the rules will come back to bite you when you least expect it.

Overserving Alcohol Can Cost Millions, Says Restaurant Expert Witness

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [RestaurantExpertWitness.com] – October 21, 2011 Picture this: A young couple leaves their toddler twins with Grandma and Grandpa for the night and hits the town to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. After taking in a movie that they waited weeks to see, they visit their favorite restaurant only to find a long line all the way out into the parking lot. They decide to go elsewhere for a

Food Contamination in Restaurants is No Small Potatoes, Says Restaurant Expert W …

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [RestaurantExpertWitness.com] – October 7, 2011 In light of the recent cantaloupe-related illnesses, consumers and restaurant patrons are nervous and more focused on food safety. Restaurant Expert Witness, Restaurant Consultant, and CEO, Howard Cannon, comments, "The reality is that in many instances involving the restaurant industry, somewhere along the food chain, management failed to follow-up on the systems that were put in place to prevent this type of thing from

Restaurant Expert Witness Says Restaurant Industry Needs More Focus on Safety & …

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [RestaurantExpertWitness.com] – September 13, 2011 Restaurant Expert Witness Says Restaurant Industry Needs More Focus on Safety & Security Restaurant Expert Witness, Restaurant Consultant, and CEO, Howard Cannon believes that the restaurant industry needs to pay closer attention to safety and security, stating, "Government agencies recommend monthly safety meetings with staff and management, but very few follow that advice. Too often, there is poor training and lack of focus on safety