Monthly Archives: March 2015

our employers are waiting for us

Cricket world cup just concluded in Australia and New Zealand. While all teams wanted to play best cricket for their country, fans and family. Team UAE which consists mostly of Pakistani expatriates wanted to get back “home” asap to make there kafeel happy….

What are your thoughts ahead of tomorrow’s game?
MOHAMMAD TAUQIR: I think we’ve been practicing positively, and we’re looking for a good performance and finishing on a high.

Talking about the return to the point about this being the end of the tournament, what are your thoughts about transitioning back into day jobs in many respects for the squad?
ANDRI BERENGER: I mean we’ve been doing that for quite a lot of whiles. That is just our normal routine. So once you go back, everybody will be back to work and back to practice. That’s how our lives go.

MOHAMMAD TAUQIR: Yeah, our employers are waiting for us. No, we have Intercontinental Cup ahead of us in July and T20 World Cup qualifying. So this whole tournament and experience and event has definitely given us a lot of experience and has boosted our experience and confidence. So once we go back, we will be preparing for these upcoming tournaments.

If you don’t win tomorrow, would you regard the tournament as less successful perhaps than you may have wanted it to be? What would define success for you at this event?
MOHAMMAD TAUQIR: Yeah, I think of course win is important, but it’s not everything. I think playing good cricket is equally important, and we have been playing good cricket. I think this is such a game that luck also plays a very, very important role in winning the game. We had been a bit unlucky and a clear example of that is if you hit a stump and the bell did not come off, that’s a very bad luck. No, I think overall the team, all the boys have done extremely well. Although we wanted to win one or two games, we came very close. But it couldn’t — it didn’t happen. But we’re still looking forward to tomorrow’s game and end it on a high.

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Posted by on March 30, 2015 in Uncategorized


naeem bokhari, in his own words

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Posted by on March 28, 2015 in Uncategorized


no degree no problem

While 68 of the top 100 billionaires graduated with a tertiary level degree; 33 did not. The average wealth for those who didn’t study — or dropped out — comes to $24.03 billion on average, with engineering being the only degree that generates a higher wealth of $25.77 billion on average.

Some of the world’s most celebrated and affluent business-people chose to drop out of university, rather than continue studying.

Hoping for that seven-figure annual salary? Well, according to the latest survey, the solution lies in whether your adolescent self picked the right degree.

Engineering is the most popular degree among the world’s top 100 billionaires, according to a study by Approved Index, a UK-based business-to-business platform, with more than a fifth (22 percent) having studied this course at university level — including Google‘s co-founder, Larry Page.

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Posted by on March 28, 2015 in Uncategorized


East Coast Wings


 Learn why we have a 2.6:1 return on first year sales to investment.

Back in 1995, East Coast Wings was just one restaurant in Winston-Salem, NC. But that one restaurant had a fanatical following. In 2001, Sam Ballas and Steve G. Kontos, two entrepreneurs with over 40 years of combined restaurant experience, decided to purchase the restaurant and build upon the formula. By bringing in industry experts such as Tom Scalese, they reworked and expanded the concept to introduce a new and improved Buffalo-style wing menu that is known today as East Coast Wings & Grill. They focused on creating a warm and inviting atmosphere paired with fresh, quality menu items.

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Posted by on March 27, 2015 in Uncategorized


Super Bowl Wings

The Super Bowl Wings Will Be Fat, Yes, but Pricey Too

But each chicken, of course, still only has two wings, regardless of its size. And the number of actual chickens slaughtered last year fell, causing a drop of about 50 million wings, government data show. That smaller supply is what’s triggering the pricey part of the equation. The cost of wholesale wings sold by processors in Georgia, which sets the benchmark for the nation, has jumped 6.6 percent this month to $1.69 a pound.

Americans will consume 1.25 billion wings when game day arrives Feb. 1. That estimate, provided by the National Chicken Council, is unchanged from last year’s Super Bowl.

“Wings are just all over menus,” Darren Tristano, executive vice president at Chicago-based research firm Technomic Inc., said in a telephone interview Jan. 22. Demand for wings remains “very high with consumers because they’re customizable,” he said. “There’s a health halo around it, because it’s chicken. There are a lot of flavor profiles, and it’s a fun finger food.”


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Posted by on March 27, 2015 in Uncategorized


coca cola freestyle



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Posted by on March 27, 2015 in Uncategorized


Restaurant Consultant 101

How to Choose & Work with the Right Restaurant Consultant

Is Your Restaurant a Good Candidate for a Consultant? 

You need to do some soul-searching before hiring a consultant. Are you willing to listen to what a consultant has to say, even if it’s not good news? Are you willing to change the way you’re running your business? If you’re not willing to listen and seriously consider someone else’s opinion or are not willing to change the way you’re doing business, then hiring an outside consultant would be a waste of your time and money.

Also, some consultants, the really good ones, are very selective of who they work with. They conduct their own screening process on prospective clients, just as an operator does in selecting a consultant. They want to know, upfront, that the chances of the engagement being a success are very high. Good consultants know that unsuccessful jobs damage their reputation and hinder their ability to get additional work regardless of who is at fault.

Defining the Problem and the Type of Consultant You May Need 

There are many types of restaurant consultants who advise operators in virtually every area of the business. The most common areas to employ the services of a restaurant consultant include:

  • Site selection
  • Concept development
  • Initial startup & project management
  • Recipe and menu development
  • Menu design
  • Operations and profit assessment
  • Marketing
  • Growth strategies
  • Operating systems & procedures
  • Staff training programs
  • Financial and accounting systems

insights from a successful Restaurant Consultant

Service 101: How Do I Become a Restaurant Consultant?

little help from google

restaurant consultant

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Posted by on March 27, 2015 in Uncategorized

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