Going to a wedding shouldn’t be scary. Make sure the guests feel comfortable with your new physically distant food service. Stay stylish with an interactive and fun dining experience for your guests.
Referrals are the most cost-effective way to generate new catering business. Yet, asking for referrals can feel awkward. Take the pain out of the process and get more pre-qualified leads from people you trust.
The numbers don’t lie. Millennials are known to photograph impressive meals. Socially-savvy caterers adjust their menus to include foods that look good on smartphones. Great food photos aren’t just images. They are a stealth marketing strategy.
What is your typical catering customer profile? Which couples are spending the most money with your company? How can you tell which customers need more of your time and attention? This session is devoted to real world data-driven marketing. The method is simple yet sophisticated and uses methodology called RFM+ Analysis.
The look of venues are changing to outdoor venues and private residences. With new locations for 2021 there are checklists to instill and new action plans follow. Make sure your catering business is prepared for anything.
Wedding cakes may be forever, but couples demand more than the traditional slice at the reception.
As a creative, many factors keep your business afloat: your products and services, social media profiles, website, and team. Your brand brings together all the pieces in your business plan and creates a cohesive and consistent experience for clients, partners, and team members. A good brand captures your personality, company values, and (most importantly) the ideals of your wedding couples.
You read the news and your stomach drops. Today’s headlines can and will impact the decisions you and your wedding couples’ make for their weddings. It’s time to think about what their needs will be post-COVID. The selling game has changed. Get ready to play with the new rules.