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You are probably interested in increasing the number of customers in your restaurant. For this reason, you might want to target families and more specifically children. Here are some tips to get results!
In the 21st century, in an era dominated by brands, technology and an almost infinite diversity of products and services available to consumers, finding a niche in the market is not easy. Having a fantastic product, an extraordinary idea or an original and innovative concept will help you along the way, but if you don't know how to sell it, you're out.
Quality customer service, qualified staff, a good reputation and other assets are not enough for hotels to generate significant revenue. Consideration should also be given to building customer loyalty and development; to do so, hotels should consider offering a variety of activities for children.
Cutting, colouring, construction games or kites: our creative leisure kits are designed to encourage children to participate in activities, and to keep them occupied in your hotel or restaurant. It is always a good idea also to develop their creativity and imagination, and that way make their parents happy too.
Surprise eggs madness has taken over the planet. Often, surprise eggs are a form of confection offered as chocolate egg containing a small toy originally intended for children.
Hotel managers may ask themselves what services need to be offered to their family customers. In this article, we will outline what a child-friendly hotel should be.
A wall-mounted changing table is a piece of furniture that is necessary for every hotel and restaurant to have. Changing a baby's diaper can often be a painful experience for families on the move. So, in order to ensure that your customers have the perfect experience at your hotel or restaurant, you need a changing table in your establishment. However, most changing tables take up space. If you run a hotel or a restaurant, but there is not much space available, why not consider a wall-mounted changing table?