Starting And Managing Your Catering Business
We start with addressing the 3 ways you can acquire your own catering business, and then end with a list of the most important financial and organization reports required for a well-oil catering business, as well as everything in between. Consider this book your catering primer.
The book discusses traits you’ll need to be successful, such as, cooking skills, artistic presentation, and even interpersonal skills. You’ll also get a list of the minimum amount of equipment required to start your business.
Also included are chapters on the various categories of catering available to you as well as test methods of staffing your new start up. It's like having a catering business in a box. All you need to do is open it and dig in!
One of the best things you'll find out in this book is you do not have to start big at all.
When you know how to cook and keep people satisfied with good food, you are already halfway there. Even if you're a total beginner and haven't got a clue where to start, you can start establishing a catering a business within seven days!
There are essentially 3 main things you need to know about starting a catering business:
- How to whittle down the exact services that you are going to offer to customers
- How to get organized in terms of finding cooking talents, suppliers and additional workers for your business
- How to refine your business plan so you will stay afloat even in the most challenging of economic situations
Starting and Managing Your Catering Business: Your Recipe for Success covers all of this, and a lot more.