Markets in Everything: Alcohol Audits
But Keith Bowler, an "alcohol auditor," says a 25% loss isn't necessary. He says in many cases, he can reduce that to 5%. More business owners are hiring him to do just that as the economy slows down and the expenses of running a business go up.
Bowler, owner of Canadian-based Bevinco, performs "alcohol audits" for bar owners, pinpointing losses and translating the ounces lost into dollars. "Our objective is to show them where they can save money," Bowler said. "A lot of times it can be thousands of dollars."
HT: Clover Aguayo