People to Know and Places to Go
Wojciech Kotas, Client Communications Director at Monroe Moxness Berg PA, greeted attendees at FSN Restaurant Business Summit October 25 at Surly Brewing and helped field questions. Conversations ran the gamut, from the recent spate of local ADA compliance confrontations, intricacies of brewpub licensing, and financing, to ownership matters of managing a distressed operation, legacy operator exit strategies and current funding opportunities, strategies and cautions.
Monroe Moxness Berg is a national leader serving the legal needs of the restaurant and hospitality industries, both on a national and local level. They have more than 40 years of continuous work on behalf of operators of all sizes and structures.
George Buchock of Christensen Group, right, and Dean Madson of PlanForce Architecture & Interiors discuss the information presented by Michael Vlasak from Supervox Agency, Nicole Newville of Kose and Danielle Spa at Heyday Restaurant during last month’s FSN Restaurant Business Summit at Surly Brewing’s excellent conference venue.
The basics and fundamental strategies for online marketing are not difficult but have to be done precisely, akin to typing email addresses exactly, in order for it to send. Attendees extended the Q&A session at the end of the presentation in order to get clarification on what to do with their digital marketing programs. To get a copy of the presenters’ slides, just email me and I’ll send you the link. And a big thank you to our premier sponsors: Mike Pantaleo of Reinhart Foodservice, Chuck Knuth of General Parts and Kim Brown of KLB Insurance for their continued support of our summits.