Restaurant Magic Business

Dates Announced for next Business Training Seminar

Posted on 07.01.11 in Magicians, by | 0 Comments

The next Restaurant Magic Business Training and Certification Seminar will feature a day and a half Magic Workshop with legendary instructor of magic, Michael Ammar. This session will immediately follow the two and a half day Business Training led by CEO and Founder, Kostya Kimlat and his Executive Team. Applicants may register at three tracks: […]

Magic coming to Caffe Da Vinci

Posted on 06.01.11 in Press and Media, Restaurants, by | 0 Comments

The Miami New Times just wrote about our newest partner restaurant. Check out the “Molecular Magic” at Caffe Da Vinci in beautiful Bay Harbor Island, Florida.

Restaurant owner talks about impact of Magic on Business

Posted on 05.27.11 in Press and Media, Restaurants, by | 0 Comments

At the Tap Room in Orlando, Fl, Steve Gunter talks about working with Restaurant Magic Business and the positive impact it has on his business: enhanced atmosphere and a greater experience that keeps his customers talking and coming back.

Strength of Community: a Letter from Japan

Posted on 05.18.11 in Magicians, Press and Media, by | 0 Comments

In March 2010, when Japan suffered the Nuclear crisis, magicians in Orlando received an e-mail from a fellow magician who had been living and performing overseas. Steve Marshall was evacuating with his family for two weeks. Here is his letter to Restaurant Magic Business about the experience.

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Overcoming Preconceptions, Part 2

Posted on 04.26.11 in Customer Service, Marketing, Restaurants, by | 0 Comments

While preconceived notions will often make that first impression clouded with assumptions, there are ways to bring your customer back into the moment. It’s called the fine art of uncovering the customer’s true, and often hidden, objections. Check out Part 2 of “Overcoming Preconceptions”

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Overcoming Preconceptions

Posted on 04.19.11 in Customer Service, Marketing, Restaurants, by | 0 Comments

How do you go above and beyond someone’s expectations? Especially if their previous assumptions are getting in the way of seeing what you’re really offering? There’s a fine secret to overcoming preconceptions. Read our latest post to learn.