9 Restaurant Business Trends in 2022

It can be hard to stay up to date on the latest restaurant business trends. As the restaurant industry continues to grow and evolve, it seems like every week, we see new restaurant trends popping up.

As more consumers seek to avoid the hassle of cooking at home, more restaurants are opening up to meet this demand.

The restaurant industry is expected to grow significantly in the next few years, so it’s important to be aware of the latest trends so you can stay ahead of the curve.

We’ve compiled a list of the top 9 restaurant business trends that will be big in 2022.

1 – More Restaurants Open on Sundays

One of the fastest-growing trends in the restaurant business is the number of restaurants opening on Sundays.

Many people start their weekend with brunch or lunch at a Sunday brunch spot. This is an excellent opportunity for restaurants … Read more

Ultimate Guide About the E-Payment System

An electronic payment system (e-payment system) is a system for processing electronic payments through credit cards, ACH payments, and mobile wallets rather than cash or cheques. If you’ve ever placed an online purchase or paid a bill online, you’re probably familiar with e-payment by way of payment processors or payment gateways like Tailored Pay. It’s a fast and efficient way to do online transactions, which is why customers and retailers will surely benefit from electronic payment systems.

In this section, we’ll look more closely at electronic payment systems and what they can achieve for your organization.

Basic Things to Know About Payment Gateways

A payment gateway, which functions similarly to a virtual cash register, handles card payments on behalf of businesses, both online and offline. This entails verifying the legitimacy of the customer’s card data as well as confirming that there is sufficient money available to pay your company.

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Dow Falls Again in Wild Session

Stocks fell on Thursday as the market selloff continued following yet another failed attempt at a turnaround saw the Dow fall for its sixth-straight day.

The Dow Jones Industrials came off its lows of the day, but still finished negative 103.81 points to 31,730.30.

The S&P 500 slid 5.1 points to 3,930.08. The S&P 500 hit a new low for 2022, closing more than 18% off its 52-week high and steering closer toward bear market territory.

The NASDAQ Composite overcame all the gloom and forged ahead 6.73 points to 11,370.96.

All the major averages closed the session on track for weekly losses.

Some heavily shorted names led the brief rally from earlier in the day and continued to trade higher. Shares of Lucid popped 13.2% while

GameStop and AMC jumped more than 30% and 20%, before pulling back gains. Rivian Automotive also soared about 18% after reporting its latest quarterly … Read more

NatWest chair says best way to help poorest is through benefits

The chairman of NatWest bank has argued that changes to the benefits system would be the most effective way for the government to help the poorest families struggling to cope with the cost of living crisis, instead of cutting taxes that also give the wealthy a financial boost.

Sir Howard Davies, a former deputy governor of the Bank of England, said soaring energy bills and rampant inflation were disproportionately affecting the poorest fifth of households and they should be the focus of financial support measures.

“The squeeze on living standards as a result of higher energy prices and higher food prices is really extraordinary,” he said. “If you look at what people would need to do on their discretionary spending in order to offset those increases it’s massive. The bottom 20% of the population, they would have to reduce their discretionary spending by 20% to stay even financially.”

Davies said … Read more