What it takes to get into hospitality business - Success Inspired

Episode 1

What it takes to get into hospitality business

Today's Guest:

My guest today is an experienced businessman from Canberra, owner and operator of all day dining cafe, charcoal chicken restaurant and a hospitality shop. His attention to detail, great leadership skills and logical approach to running a hospitality business is what makes him a true success inspiration worth sharing in today's episode.

In this episode we talk about what it takes to get into hospitality business, go deep into details that any successful hospitality owner must consider, from designing a meal menu, staffing and business strategy. Fish also shares insight tips on how he is pivoting his business to survive the current Covid 19 Crisis and overcoming fear.

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About the Podcast

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Success Inspired
Business and personal development oriented Podcast that can help you accomplish more in life and realise your true potential.

About your host

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Vit Muller

Hi my name is Vit Muller, I'm a dynamic, innovative and results-oriented management professional with expertise in the fitness industry. Specialty skills include facilities management, member acquisition and retention, marketing and sales incorporating a strong growth mindset

I regularly meet fitness business owners who are struggling with the juggling act of keeping their businesses operational and are unable to grow it successfully and fast enough to live the life they deserve. Instead of looking at the bigger picture and developing their business strategically and with the right systems in place, they are often the operators within, the ones who provide end services for their members. As a result they are tired overworked and can't seem to get the ends meet.

I have a proven experience in launching new fitness facilities and re-designing existing businesses. Including business process design and the implementation of effective business systems, sales funnels, automation processes and standard operating procedures.