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Unlocked for you: Our Dinova KnowHow webinar series is now available to the public.

Email Marketing 101: Learn the latest trends in email marketing and how to set up an email program from scratch. Best for: independent restaurant owners, beginners. Download The Slides>

Attracting Your Most Profitable Diner: Learn why a B2B marketing plan is essential for your restaurant and how you can easily incorporate B2B solutions into your strategy. Featuring Alicia Kruse, Director of Indirect Supply Chain at Boeing. Best for: groups, national brands.  Watch Now >

The Millennial Majority: How 50 Percent of the American Workforce Influences QSR Spend: Over half of America’s workforce is made up of millennials. Learn why working millennials choose QSR restaurants and how to attract this workforce. Best for: independent restaurant owners, groups, national brands. Watch Now >

Proof in the Profits: Learn about the latest in business dining through our case studies.

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. Download Study >

Midweek Sales: 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. Request Access >

Fine Dining and National Chain – Incrementality and Frequency: How one steak and seafood chain boosted business with mid-week corporate sales.  Download Study >

National Fast Casual Brand Bolsters Growth by Targeting Businesses: 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. Request Access >

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