‘These are turbulent and scary times for restaurant operators across the board. Online orders went from 10% to 100% of your business in just a matter of days. Your in-store order channel completely disappeared… But the pre-COVID rules of the road have changed drastically. The guest, now ordering solely through your online channels, needs an optimized menu for the current environment.’ BARE International shares an article from Fast Casual on 6 Ways to Ensure Your Online Menu is COVID-Friendly. Read more
According to a recent survey, nearly three in 10 (28%) Americans said that they made New Year’s resolutions for 2020. With 49% wanting to save more money. Here, BARE International shares an article by CNBC on ways to add extra income in 2020, including Mystery Shopping. Read more
There are so many gains of becoming a Mystery Evaluator for BARE International. If you are thinking of becoming a mystery shopper, below are just a handful of detailed benefits you can achieve throughout your professional career with us and beyond. Read more
To become an evaluator, you must be 21 years of age or older in the United States, or 18 years of age or older outside of the United States. You must also have established yourself as independent contractor. Here’s why being certified will help you make the most of your self-employment as a Mystery Evaluator.
BARE International is proud and humbled to be chosen, for the second year in a row, as a preferred Mystery Shop Company for shoppers around the world.
How do you nurture your connection with your customers in a meaningful way? How do you ensure their experience is such a positive one your customers become loyal ones?
At BARE International, we’re always on the look out for great mystery evaluators. But what does it really involve and what do you need to be an exceptional secret shopper? Read more
We interviewed five of BARE’s Project Managers to see what their day-to-day looks like! Read on to see what it takes to juggle multiple projects and work with hundreds of people throughout the BARE community!
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