Students learn all the key concepts of running and managing a successful restaurant via their web browser. Vivid graphics show students the results of their management decisions - long lines of customers waiting for a table, happy customers writing great reviews, etc.
Analyze Location and Market
Students conduct market research to figure out the best restaurant to satisfy market demands. If they misinterpret the data, they might discover a family-style restaurant doesn't appeal to business lunch clients.
Menu Design and Layout
Students learn the connection between menu design and restaurant sales and profitability by designing their own menus. They can readily see the impact of menu placement on food sales.
Launch and Run
Students learn by doing. When they launch their restaurant, they quickly discover via Case Simulations' experiential learning the many factors that go into a successful, profitable, well-run restaurant — staffing levels that don't erode profits, proper restaurant layout, menu design, marketing to drive customers, and much, much more.
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