Ashland entrepreneur's MustHaveMenus serves thousands

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Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Ashland entrepreneur Jim Williams' online menu provider company MustHaveMenus serves 15,000 restaurants.

Today, the online menu provider has 7,000 clients who operate 15,000 restaurants in virtually every state, as well as Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom. Williams anticipates revenue of $1 million in 2013 and he projects $8 million to $10 million in sales in 2015. He thinks he will exceed $30 million within five years.

"The big picture dawned on us in 2010," Williams said. "Instead of simply offering a menu template, we saw a much bigger opportunity by supporting client data and offering other services."

Read more at The Mail Tribune.

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