Revealed by Creator/Founder of the Rainforest Caf www.schusslercreative.com
Steven Schussler, who has created over half a dozen successful chain restaurants (and still counting), is sharing with budget weary consumers his insider advice on how to save the most money possible when you go out to eat. To create his infamous restaurant and to get the attention of the investors who were turning him down, Steven turned his split-level Minneapolis home into a prototype of what he envisioned Rainforest Caf to be.
This same creativity and passion will be used to share the secrets consumers and restaurant-goers need to know. For instance:
Which deals/special promotions at restaurants should be avoided?
Coupons: two-for-one deals, Grouponwhat are they really worth?
How can you create your own deals with regular entree portions?
What is the best way to do comparison restaurant shopping?
Steven also highlights the business aspects that will guide entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs to thrive:
Why certain themed chain restaurants are failing while others are succeeding (Schussler shares the fundamental methods, especially through his creative lens)
Why research and development for new products/ideas is so important (Schusslers team spent $15 million and five years on R&D for the T-Rex concept before earning a dime)
The concrete steps to making your best first impression (Schussler showed up to a job interview in the most shocking and unforgettable way, but it got him the job)
How to make people feel special because yes, you will meet again (when Schussler planned to open a Juke Box Saturday Night club and restaurant venue in a new city, he first moved there for a month to meet face-to-face with the mayor and community leaders to let them know how vital and unique their city is)
Donald Trump touted Steven Schussler as compelling and inspiring. He created a multi-million dollar international brand and is the author of the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller Its a Jungle in There (Sterling/October 2010). He also offers strategies and lessons learned for entrepreneurs and those inspiring to have successful businesses.
His business and entrepreneurial insight he shares with viewers on Bloomberg.
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A little about Steven Schussler:
Without a college degree, Schussler became the CEO of Schussler Creative, which is twice named by Fortune Magazine as one of the top 100 fasted growing companies in America. Find out more about Schusslers accomplishments here: Steves Bio.