If you're craving potato wedges, then you have to get on your Skip The Dishes App and order from Montana's — they have some of the yummiest, and you can get them soy-free too! Hahaha!
That's what I always get when I visit with Mo at one of his restaurants. I first met Mo through Jade Alberts when he brought us together to form Peer Guidance. He's a very funny and kind man, with a boatload of knowledge about people.
In this episode of Project Lemons-to-Lemonade, Mo, who manages close to 400 employees in the restaurant business, shares how to navigate employee layoffs and plan in these uncertain times.
Owner of 8 Montana's Restaurants, Mo is the largest franchisee of Recipe Unlimited. He was born in Africa and now lives in the greatest country in the world — Canada. He employs over 400 people in his restaurants in Alberta.
Mo is committed to assisting and teaching organizations that seek another perspective during times of change. He has enjoyed working with restaurateurs, new ventures, and businesses who have a strong sense of purpose and want to turn their enterprise into a franchisee model. He helps connect their system and their vision to make them profitable.
“No one knows your organization like you do. But, running an organization is different than changing one.” Mo’s passion is to collaborate with other leaders and help move their organizations from "A to B" — whatever they define as "B."
Dafne’s expertise lies in creating strategic roadmaps for companies to grow their business through unique marketing approaches. Her company, Spartan Spark, works with million dollar companies, advising them on how to grow their business by using strategy and technology more effectively.
Through articles, vlogs, training and speaking engagements, Dafne shares her marketing knowledge, showing business owners how to leverage all the knowledge they have and use technology to their advantage to increase visibility and lower their cost of acquisition.
“After being frustrated with other service providers. Spartan Spark got our website up and linked to a payment system over just a weekend.” -Patricia Marin - Calgary Family Services