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Episode Info: Did you know restaurants have wait lists an average of 6.6 hours per week, with the average wait time being 23 minutes? This begs the question of a what reasonable wait time at a restaurant should be? Our guest this week wants to lower that number significantly- so he named his startup NoWait. NoWait is a technology assistant for restaurants, and allows hostesses to send patrons text messages when their table is ready. In episode #049 of the Social Restaurant Podcast, I welcome Luke Panza, Co-founder and Director of Marketing for NoWait. NoWait is an app that allows consumers to spend more time at the table and less time waiting. Luke brought his international restaurant experience to Pittsburgh to change what is considered a reasonable wait time at a restaurant- and thus NoWait was born. Go ahead, turn up the speakers, click play and listen to episode #049 of the Social Restaurant Podcast! What You'll Learn During the Interview How Luke's international restaurant experience affected his view on the industry What NoWait is How your restaurant can benefit from NoWait Why Millennials and tech-savvy consumers have transformed the dining experience Call for Sponsor The Social Restaurant Podcast is looking for new sponsors! Interested in getting the name of your company out to the listeners of the hottest podcast in the restaurant industry? Averaging 200-300 listeners per episode, as a June 2014, the Social Restaurant Podcast has been downloaded more than 8200 times.  Contact me at nate@nateriggs.com for more information. Listen Now [Tweet ""You can't grow a business if you can't keep the lights on."-@LukePanza"] Subscribe using RSS Listen on Spreaker Tune in on iHeart Radio Subscribe in iTunes Download the mp3 Leave Us a Voicemail Did something from the show strike a chord with you? Go ahead and use our Speakpipe widget to leave the producers a voicemail with your comments! We'll try to feature it on next week's show! Additional Show Resources and Notes Do you prefer the spice of sriracha? Millennials do, according to a recent report by IBISWorld. Sriracha has already seen a fan base during the Lay's promotion 'Do Us a Flavor' and we may see it go even more mainstream. Has social media changed the dining experience? One restaurant in New York has found that it does, and in a big way. This story went viral after the NYC restaurant found social media, mobile activity, and taking photos of food has added an average of 50
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