Let Ambie help bring your restaurant to life with expertly curated playlists tailored to your brand, which will impact your customer spend and behaviour. Let our music compliment your food and drinks, as well as enhance your desired brand identity, reputation and ultimately your bottom line.
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The experience your guests have in your venue is everything. Their guest experience, whether positive or negative, will determine...
Yes, music is central in building and enhancing positive customer experiences in a restaurant. Music has the potential to create a desired ambiance which appeals to the customers making them enjoy their stay, as well as can be used to lift the mood, evoke feelings and emotions which create positive impressions of the restaurant.
The trading patterns within a restaurant are very important as it shows quieter and busier periods, as well as slots when different demographics and target audiences will be around. Restaurants need to strategically schedule and play the right playlist for the right time slot in order to enhance the overall customer experience which will in turn will maximise sales. For example, the music will differ for a 60th birthday brunch and a dinner party for a 21st party in the same restaurant.
Yes, music can boost sales and positively impact the bottom line in a restaurant. If customers are enjoying the experience and ambiance (above good food and drink), they are feeling happy and having a good time, it’s very likely they will stay longer, and order more food, drinks and wine.
There are many ways to prevent repeats, especially over long shifts. Restaurants can ensure they have 300-400 songs per playlist and multiple playlists per week. Playlists should be updated monthly with 15-30% new songs, and seasonal playlists can be added as necessary. Scheduling music playlists can save hours of time trying to update songs and minimise repeats from happening. Fresh and up-to-date music is a powerful tool to keep staff motivated as it boosts productivity and performance as well as increases staff morale.