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Picture this You just open your own personal catering business and someone calls you up to cater their big event You accept the clients invitation and you now have your first customer What do you do now Where should you start Dont worry Im here to help figure that out Planning a catering event can really be a fun experience but it takes a lot of safety measures There are several basic steps to remember to do so that you will stay in budget prevent food poisoning and survive the process successfully These basic steps will save money from a possible lawsuit and the possibly of gaining more clientsStaying in budget is actually critical for an upcoming catering business because spending more than you are making isnt good there is no point in doing that and thats why it is very important for you to know how many people you are going to serve at the event and how long the client want you to serve Some events may cause for you to serve the entire time such as at reunions birthdays social gatherings than there are events that only need you to serve for a certain time for instance business summits and ceremonies Its vital that a caterer ask these types of things so they can know what to charge and make sure what they are charging is enough to get by create a happy client and have a successful event Knowing your number of guest is also essential for the purpose of the amount of food to cook and the amount of servers you may or may not need Try your best not to cook a surplus of what you need for the reason that it is a waste of money and definitely do not cook less than what you need You could end up having an upset client who could discuss you negatively to others So its best to have a little
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