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How to Start a Home-Based Catering Business, 4th (How to Start a Home-Based Catering Business)by Denise Vivaldo
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Are you passionate about parties? Do you live to cook? Now you can realize your dream of working from home at something you enjoy - a home-based catering business. Author Denise Vivaldo shares her experiences and advice on every aspect of setting up and running a thriving home-based catering business, from estimating your start-up costs and finding clients to outfitting your kitchen and staying profitable. She even offers tips on the latest high-tech help, including CD-ROM recipe books, culinary Web sites, and computer software designed especially for chefs and caterers.Whether you want to plan parties, cater corporate events, or specialize in beautiful weddings, this guide can help you experience the satisfaction of building your own home-based business. (7 1/4 x 9 1/4, 256 pages, profit-and-loss worksheet, equipment checklist, master party checklist, sample catering contracts, sample menu themes, budget worksheet, business deductions)
For those who want to be their own boss, change careers, or add excitement, challenge, and a boost to Social Security in the retirement years, starting a home business is the perfect option. This series provides the tools to help launch a successful home business and keep it running in today's competitive environment.
Learn all about how to start a home-based catering business from the owner of a successful catering enterprise. This edition includes an additional chapter of catering recipes, including five special occasion menus with 25 crowd-pleasing recipes.
About the Author
Denise Vivaldo is an experienced chef de cuisine with extensive experience teaching and consulting in the hospitality industry. She is a resident and the founder of Food Fanatics in Los Angeles, California.
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