Business Tips: Marcus Samuelsson, Restaurant Marketing & Trends in Food | #AskGaryVee Episode 211

Business Tips: Marcus Samuelsson, Restaurant Marketing & Trends in Food | #AskGaryVee Episode 211

Awesome Tip: Marcus Samuelsson, Restaurant Marketing & Trends in Food | #AskGaryVee Episode 211

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#QOTD: We went from Twitter to Instagram to Snapchat, what’s the next platform that will have the same cut though over the next 3 to 5 years?

5:37 – As digital is evolving, what could TV chefs be doing to keep their audience engaged with the community?
11:19 – What’s the biggest change #tech is bringing to the restaurant industry?
13:20 – The best way for a culinary virgin to step up to the plate?
16:20 – Where do you see the coffee industry going in terms of gastronomy and coffee shops?
17:57 – Any suggestions on how to use social media to promote a quality, imported olive oil?

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37 Replies to “Business Tips: Marcus Samuelsson, Restaurant Marketing & Trends in Food | #AskGaryVee Episode 211”

  1. This final part on the video about the next platform was actually really intresting. I'm not an expert in startups or social media subjects but I really do think that the next platform will be created in Brazil, actually has been in building process already and wiil be launched at the end of this year (2019) and the name will be LIFE CONNECTION.

  2. Gary likes to cute people off. These shows would be a bit more interesting if he learned to kick back and just let them answer the questions. While I love his show, his ego at times gets in the way of the more interesting dialogue he can have with his guests.

  3. Hii Marcus! So I wanna ask you something, tell you something, since you're on this show you're gonna get my 2 cents on restaurants. First off, I'm kinda educated on it, as a costumer. First thing I wanna tell you… I'm from Belgium, been in France often too… All round the world as well. I don't think you're missing out on not having had your restaurant here. A few years ago I ended up in NYC and I was lucky enough to land during restaurant week… (month) And the food blew me away!! Honestly, Michelin in my part of the world should be ashamed. Or maybe it was luck.
    Next time I might try your restaurant! I kinda like your vibe.
    But I dunno. Over all the years, and the many thousands of experiences, I've learned not to be fancy. And not to be impressed by fancy. Many restaurants, have this kind of story about them, they take pride in it, and eventually they lose pride in everything except their story…
    It's like hey "We are this and this and that and all that"
    "But you don't like doing it any more, you dress fancy, your place is dressed up fancy, the client don't dare to step out of line, but your food is about to make me sick and you attitude is even worse"
    And then you feel like they actually might care enough to throw you out! So that the other people won't start talking… But they would never listen anyway…
    I wish you a life of this never happening to you, even if it means loads of money usually. In this context, my favorite restaurant of the moment is this little Thai joint, it's dirt cheap… But somehow I end up leaving happier than at a 2 star Michelin.
    Perhaps it's because they are pretty new at it, and I can taste the trying and not knowing. The being scared of not doing it well enough, perhaps not even talking the language well enough. It's as if I could taste the hustle, and to me that is an amazing experience…
    SO If I come to your place, am I gonna feel it? This great intent? Do you have it? Cuz if you got it I will eat at your place every night for as long as I'm there!

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