There are a number of challenges that come with feeding any large group of people. Are there vegetarians? Are there Muslim guests? People with food allergies? The list of questions goes on and on. A person scheduling a corporate catering event needs to be aware of all these things. To make the event go as smoothly as possible they should strive to let the caterer know all about the venue: is the event at the corporate address or another location? Is there an easy place for the caterer to unload? Will the caterer encounter traffic or construction on the way? If you are trying to impress your guests have the event indoors so it isn’t subject to weather. Make sure the appearance is in line with what you are trying to achieve.
- Corporate catering can be as simple as a box lunch or as complex as a formal dinner
- Make sure you give the correct address for the event. The billing address is not always the delivery address
- Corporate catering can easily accommodate food allergies or religious dietary restrictions
“Understanding your guest demographics and meeting time frame will help direct the menu choices and food portioning.”
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