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Where do I start? I would like to open my own restaurant/lounge!!!

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Asked by ashley111000 Monday Nov 3rd 2008 in Online Degrees
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Hi ,
Your solution is there please visit this link and get more info about the colleges , admissions, fees and more.
www.way2college.com/Alard-Group-of-Institutes.htm
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There are a couple of options for individuals who are looking for an online education that will help them to develop the skills and understanding that is needed for opening a restaurant or lounge.

The first is earning a basic degree in Business. Online degree in Business offers student an opportunity to earn a degree that is applicable in a variety of fields, including restaurants and bars. Take a look at this page, Online Business Degree, to for more information on the variety of programs that are available.

The next option, and the one if you are looking to be very specific in you studies, is the online degrees in Hospitality Management. These online hospitality degrees offer students a management program that is specifically focused on working within the hospitality industry, including restaurant and bar management. For more information follow this link, Online Hospitality Degrees, for more information on this field.

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