Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association - canadianrestaurantaccounting

By: Conseil Des Chaînes De Restaurants Du Québec  09-12-2011
Keywords: Restaurant Accounting

Reviews of Canadian Restaurant Accounting

Canadian Restaurant Accounting is the pre-eminent book on restaurant accounting standards in the country. Books such as this provide clarity on the challenges of restaurant bookkeeping, accounting and internal controls. It is an excellent resource, and a ‘must have’ reference tool for students, foodservice managers and restaurateurs. I would highly recommend that it become a fixture in everyone’s library.”
John Walker, Dean, Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts, George Brown College, Toronto

“Canadian Restaurant Accounting is a must for any restaurateur operating in today's market. It provides clear and necessary guidance with regard to restaurant accounting, bookkeeping, and internal controls.”
Grey Sisson, Chairman, SIR Corp. (Service Inspired Restaurants)

“It takes careful planning and well-informed decisions to manage a profitable restaurant or foodservice business. Canadian Restaurant Accounting is an invaluable resource, whether you’re operating a restaurant now, or getting ready to enter the business.”
John Rothschild, Chairman and CEO, Prime Restaurants of Canada

“This is the quintessential resource for teaching introductory accounting and internal controls to Canadian hospitality students. The content is to the point
and focused on our industry.”
Griff Tripp, Hospitality Management Instructor, Vancouver Island University

Keywords: Restaurant Accounting

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