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Shop Talk: July Edition

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Tourist Season

Tourist season in Canada is short, so small businesses in that sector need to make the most of the few months they have to welcome those out-of-town visitors.

In this episode Al speaks with René-Pier Plourde, Head of the UEAT University to talk about how restaurants can improve their dine-in experience and increase revenue. He also speaks to Jordan Williamson, Director of Product Strategy & Development at Moneris about Dynamic Currency Conversion.

Also in this episode:

  • Angel Zou, Product Specialist at Moneris co-hosts and talks about Moneris Go Appétit
  • Sean McCormick, Director, Sales & Marketing at Spendscape talks about tourism spending trends.
  • Amanda Ibrahim, Communications Specialist at Moneris gives a rundown of July’s events calendar.

 

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