Rainer’s Bavarian Grill with growth ambition

Shifting priorities to enable growth

Stefan Schenkelberg, one of the owners, has become very busy recently.

‘We try to achieve what we haven’t achieved for six years.’ Stefan explained. For strategic advice to ‘get the priorities right’ the business couple is liaising with an Enterprise Agency in St Albans. ‘It’s just too much to deal with at present and our business is too small, so falls short of staff members with expertise in different fields including legal matters.’

On Saturday they are sending their can to a charity event in Bermondsey.

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p style=”text-align:left”>The planning application for home delivery service to Potters Bar Homes has reached a stage where legal input would be helpful. ‘we invested just short of £500 and are now a bit stuck as the surveyors raised questions,’ Stefan explained.

Stefan has now instructed an American based SEO optimisation company to help with the ranking of their website.

They have pre-booked six days of large events during the months of July, August and September and there is already a large Xmas event for them in the pipeline.

And there are issues of a different nature concerning the couple’s interest to completely breaking away from social security. Brexit and the new Tory government , it seems, makes it hard for them to survive. So they are looking already to opportunities to go abroad. ‘whilst this blog is being drafted, Regina and Stefan are seeking legal advise to challenge a decision by local authority.

We will keep you updated as things progress.

Rainer’s Bavarian Grill
Business Development Team

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