Josh Kopel | Award Winning Restaurant Consultant

Justin Egan on creating a scalable restaurant brand

In my humble opinion, the world has enough restaurants. What the world lacks are new ideas and, sometimes those ideas manifest themselves in the form of a new restaurant concept. Today we sit down with Justin Egan of Wing It On to discuss the big ideas behind the blockbuster brand. Justin walks us through the step by step strategy they’ve used to scale up regardless of market conditions by focusing on storytelling and precise targeting. 

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For more information on Justin and Wing It On, visit https://www.wingiton.com/.

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