How to Start a Home-Based Catering Business, 6th: *Become the top caterer in your area *Organize menus for parties, corporate events, and weddings *Market your business on the Internet *Hire and manage staff *Handle paperwork, invoicing, and taxes with ease *Become an eco-friendly caterer

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Rowman & Littlefield, Jan 6, 2010 - Business & Economics - 256 pages
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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.

 

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Denise Vivaldo is a veteran chef de cuisine with extensive experience teaching and consulting in the hospitality industry. She is the author of How to Start a Home-Based Personal Chef Business (Globe Pequot Press), and the founder of Food Fanatics, a firm that offers food styling for photography, TV, and movies.

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