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Bostonโ€™s Pizza Restaurant and Sports Bar

“Dinova has absolutely delivered on the expectations they set for us. To me, that’s rare. I can comfortablylook at others and say this is a program that is performing in the manner in which it was sold to us”

ย – Adam Garner, Boston’s Pizza’s VP of Operations

Check Size

Our analysis found that business diners spend, on average, 49-199% more per transaction. That’s why expense account-holding business diners spend far more per transaction, according to analysis of 22 restaurants across 4 categories.

Check Size

Our analysis found that business diners spend, on average, 49-199% more per transaction. That’s why expense account-holding business diners spend far more per transaction, according to analysis of 22 restaurants across 4 categories.

Incrementality & Frequency ๐Ÿ”’

Top U.S. restaurant brands have increased their revenue after joining Dinova, a unique program that targets corporate diners. We analyze customer cardholder data across more than 25 restaurants to see how much of that growth can be attributed to their DInova partnership.

Fine Dining: 5 Benefits to the Dinova Program

Perfect Pairing: Dinova + Fine Dining

How Dinova helps upscale restaurants prosper by driving corporate business

Fine Dining: 5 benefits to the Dinova Program

Perfect Pairing: Dinova + Fine Dining

How Dinova helps upscale restaurants prosper by driving corporate business

YOY Sales Growth ๐Ÿ”’

It can be difficult to determine the ROI of some restaurant marketing programs – especially if those programs require a heavy onboarding effort, new technologies, or place a burden on your staff. But with Dinova, the result couldn’t be more black and white.

Fine Dining National Chain Sales Growth

Sometimes the best restaurant strategy isn’t about driving more traffic. It’s about attracting the right customers. Here’s how one of the nation’s largest restaurant groups tapped into the $100B business dining industry.

Fine Dining National Chain Sales Growth

Sometimes the best restaurant strategy isn’t about driving more traffic. It’s about attracting the right customers. Here’s how one of the nation’s largest restaurant groups tapped into the $100B business dining industry.

Independent Operator: NYC-Sarabethโ€™s & Dockโ€™s

Independent restaurant group boosts sales and midweek traffic with operationally invisible marketing program. Learn how the partners behind Sarabeth’s and Dock’s Oyster Bar & Seafood Grill tapped into the business dining market.

Midweek Sales ๐Ÿ”’

Any restaurant marketing program can bring you more traffic. But when most of that business comes Friday through Sunday, you won’t likely see the ROI you were hoping for. Fortunately, there’s a program designed to bring you midweek traffic from lucrative expense account diners. And. according to corporate card holder analysis, it works.

Midweek Sales ๐Ÿ”’

Any restaurant marketing program can bring you more traffic. But when most of that business comes Friday through Sunday, you won’t likely see the ROI you were hoping for. Fortunately, there’s a program designed to bring you midweek traffic from lucrative expense account diners. And. according to corporate card holder analysis, it works.

Fine Dining National Chain-Incrementality & Frequency

Premium Steakhouse Finds Essential B2B Sales Partner in Dinova.ย 

How one steak and seafood chain boosted business with mid-week corporate sales.

Franchise Partner with Rapid 6-month sales Growth ๐Ÿ”’

What can new Dinova restaurant partners expect?

If one national QSR chain is any indication, restaurants can anticipate a rapid return on investment and sustained growth.

Franchise Partner with Rapid 6-month sales Growth ๐Ÿ”’

What can new Dinova restaurant partners expect?

If one national QSR chain is any indication, restaurants can anticipate a rapid return on investment and sustained growth.

Pacific Catch Rides the Business Dining Wave

While many Bay Area businesses aim to profit from the area’s booming tourism industry, Pacific Catch West Coast Fish House saw a particularly lucrative opportunity in targeting Bay Area business travelers. An early adopter of Dinova, the regional seafood chain piloted the program in 2010 in hopes of attracting deep-pocketed expense account diners hungry for local flavor. 

Casual Dining Chain Earns Millions in Incremental Business Dining Revenue

When you think of business dining, casual family restaurants may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Still, one prominent national chain seized on an opportunity to target corporate card-wielding business diners – with impressive results.

Casual Dining Chain Earns Millions in Incremental Business Dining Revenue

When you think of business dining, casual family restaurants may not be the first thing that comes to mind. Still, one prominent national chain seized on an opportunity to target corporate card-wielding business diners – with impressive results.

National Fast Casual Brand Bolsters Growth by Targeting Businesses ๐Ÿ”’

At a time when many quick serve brands were scrambling to adapt to changing consumer tastes and habits, one national chain seemed to have discovered a winning formula. A rising star and one of the top franchises in the U.S., the brand was growing rapidly – and needed marketing strategies that could sustain that growth while minimizing operational burden and growing pains.

Premium Steakhouse Finds Essential B2B Sales Partner in Dinova

After joining Dinova’s corporate dining network, a prominent steak and seafood chain saw immediate success as lucrative expense account customers opted to win and dine in their restaurants. Dinova’s positive impact became more acutely obvious after new management decided to cut the program (and sales subsequently dropped).

Premium Steakhouse Finds Essential B2B Sales Partner in Dinova

After joining Dinova’s corporate dining network, a prominent steak and seafood chain saw immediate success as lucrative expense account customers opted to win and dine in their restaurants. Dinova’s positive impact became more acutely obvious after new management decided to cut the program (and sales subsequently dropped).

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