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Yes, There Are Catering Companies Thriving Right Now

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Description

Every caterer knows the story because we are all living it right now. Overnight the entire event catering industry revenues for 2020 disappeared. In some cases, with established clientele, a few clients may be calling for drop-off catering for small family events like graduation or baby showers. The problem is you can't survive for long on occasional small events for 10–15 guests. While it’s not the majority, there are catering companies thriving right now. Sandy Korem, the session speaker, is the owner of The Festive Kitchen in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and one of the catering companies thriving in this pandemic. In this session, she will teach you: 

  • Who the catering customers are
  • What the caterers are selling
  • How you can do the same 

Speaker: Sandy Korem, Founder, The Catering Coach and Owner, The Festive Kitchen

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