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As a business owner, the pandemic might have caused a number of sleepless nights. But on the positive side, it has allowed you to critically think about how you are operating your business to serve your customers.
In this episode, Peter Raskin talks with Pete Minich*, owner of Fresh City Kitchen. Pete explains how the pandemic changed his business operations to meet the changing demand and needs of his clients. He also shares some of the lessons he has learned during his ownership career.
- How COVID has impacted his business in the food service industry
- The demand for catering services
- How the government relief programs affected his business operations
- How his business management philosophy has changed
- And more
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About Our Guest:
Pete has a wide range of experience in both developing and growing new restaurant concepts, and re-tooling and refreshing existing brands. Before coming to Fresh City Kitchen he owned CPMLogistics which provided outsourced purchasing services to multi-unit restaurant companies.
A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Pete has worked for some of the major players in the New England and Boston restaurant business. Holding the positions of Director of Culinary Operations for John Harvard’s Brewhouse and Vinny Testa’s he executed rapid brand development and expansion. As Logistics Director for Todd English Enterprises in the early 2000s, Pete oversaw the opening of multiple concepts under the TE brand as well as coordinating a return to profitability of Todd’s existing portfolio.
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