Josh Kopel | Award Winning Restaurant Consultant

Defining The Best Investments: Eduardo Rallo of the PCV Fund

What are the best investments that you can make in your restaurant or in our industry? Eduardo Rallo is an investor in restaurants, in restaurant tech and in people. In this episode, we explore his winning strategy for seeing and seizing the opportunities out there.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The story behind creating and scaling the World Wrap brand
  • The importance of being naive
  • Setting up roles for success
  • The importance of investing in talent
  • Taking on venture capital
  • The pressures of institutional funding
  • Expanding from restaurateur into restaurant investing
  • Early investment in Opentable
  • The story behind Pacific Catch
  • The next big gold rush in hospitality
  • The future of tech in the restaurants

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