Fall and winter offer several different events and holidays that can help to boost the bottom line of your catering company. Having a clear plan for each of them will help you to maximize your revenue.
Trends dominate the food industry unlike any other except for possibly fashion. Staying on top of the current trends while remaining true to your roots is a challenge every restaurant owner faces. Here we’ve uncovered the most likely food trends for 2020 and beyond.
The fall wedding season is nearing its fruition and catering companies will be under the gun to deliver unique experiences for new couples. Wedding trends drive the catering business and being on the cutting edge is essential to remain competitive. Here we’ve outlined five of the latest wedding trends sure to make an impact this fall.
More often than not, when a restaurant is catering a wedding, they will be expected to supply a bartender for the day’s festivities. As this is an important role at a wedding reception, you want to choose your staff member carefully and ask questions of the organizers to determine any themes or restrictions the party may have. You’ll want to choose someone who is not only skilled and efficient with their craft, but someone who is outgoing and positive. Once you’ve made that decision, there are several tips to pass along to them to ensure their success.
Updating your restaurant equipment is one of the biggest investments an owner can make. Add that to the constant need for new dishware, flatware and glasses and the ability to purchase restaurant supplies online is a convenience that many restaurant owners can’t live without. The question is, what are the best companies to purchase from?