Josh Kopel | Award Winning Restaurant Consultant

Restaurant Marketing School: Eric Siu of Leveling Up

My greatest frustration as a restaurateur has always been marketing. I knew we were doing a great job in the restaurant, I knew the community was in need of what we were offering but I had no idea how to effectively communicate that.

There’s so much noise out there, how do you break through?

Most of us can’t afford to hire a digital marketing expert but I happen to be close friends with one of the best, Eric Siu.

Eric has built a $25M empire helping individuals and companies reach their target markets.

Today we unpack what has driven his pursuit of excellence, his strategies for building audience and unveil his latest project, the Restaurant Marketing School podcast.

Be sure to check out Eric’s book, Leveling Up, and subscribe to our newest podcast Restaurant Marketing School.

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