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Restaurant Consulting: Kim Malek’s Game Rules Mastery

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Restaurant Consulting

We all had a dream going into this life but so rarely do we actually achieve that dream. We’re busy but we’re broke. We’re rich but we’re working ourselves to death. We spend our days crunching numbers when all we wanted to do was cook.

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But some of us have figured it out. And there’s hope in that for all of us. Today we chat with Kim Malek, the founder of Salt & Straw, an ice cream company that abides by every foundational business principle while breaking every rule in the restaurant industry.

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