- Author:Denise Vivaldo
- Publisher:Globe Pequot; Sixth edition (January 6, 2010)
- Pages:256 pages
- Subcategory:Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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Publication Date: 2010-01-06. Publisher: Globe Pequot
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Home Business, Start a Successful Home-Based Business
Home Business, Start a Successful Home-Based Business. Learn how to start a successful home business with PowerHomeBiz. Each catered event – whether birthday parties for children, breakfast in bed and intimate candlelight dinners for two, company dinner parties for 50 and wedding receptions involving a hundred or more guests - is a new experience and challenge with a new group of people. Whether you cater events on a full-time or part-time basis, the opportunities are excellent. However, catering is a demanding work, requiring stamina, ability to work under pressure, and excellent interpersonal skills.
Catering businesses can be run from home full or part-time, and . Other niche markets include family reunions, business or non-profit parties and events, and weddings. How to Start a Home Based Catering Business
You can start small, catering events you can manage on your own or with a couple of helpers to see if a catering business is really something you want to pursue. Pros and Cons of a Catering Service Home Business. How to Start a Home Based Catering Business. If you're ready to start cooking, here are the steps to starting your home-based catering business.
Maybe you decided that you are going to be the premier vegan and vegetarian caterer in your city
Maybe you decided that you are going to be the premier vegan and vegetarian caterer in your city. You’re going to want to find out how many other businesses out there are trying to service that same market. You need to know who else is serving your same target customers in your area.
A dash of skills, determination, and grace under fire can go a long way in the catering trade. There is no precise recipe for a successful home-based business in catering services, but these tips will help you launch. You can begin by catering small events, with a few helpers to find out whether there is a business that you want to pursue launching. Costs depend on how large you decide to begin much, how many workers you hire to get started, and your state’s requirements for selling food made from home.
Caterer (Home-Based Business Series) Paperback – 5 Jan 2010. by. Denise Vivaldo (Author). Whether you want to plan parties, cater corporate events, or specialize in beautiful weddings, How to Start a Home-Based Catering Business can help you experience the satisfaction of building your own home-based business. It is packed with forms, checklists, and worksheets, including: Equipment checklists Sample menu themes Sample catering contracts Party budget worksheet Event planning worksheet. Everything you need to know to build and run a successful catering business from your home. Are you passionate about parties? Do you live to cook?
Those passionate about parties or cooking can now realize their dream of working from home at something they enjoy. Denise Vivaldo shares her experiences and advice on all the essentials and more, including estimating start-up costs and pricing services, finding clients, outfitting one’s kitchen, and honing food presentation skills.