Corporate event catering: how to impress your guests
The main focus of a corporate event is often on how you present your concept or idea, but of equal importance is how you create a b impression and build a lasting relationship with your guests.
Something that a lot of corporate events don’t take into consideration is how they are going to ensure that guests leave the venue with more than just an idea, but an experience.
Providing them with a high quality dining experience is one of the best ways to do this, and is why we strive to ensure that our corporate dining services stand out as something truly exceptional. After going to a corporate event in London it shocked me to see the lack of attention given to what is a fundamental part of corporate events.
Here are our top three tips on how to prepare for a corporate dinner event.
Understand your guests
It is very important to understand who you are catering for. If the company is health orientated, for example, it goes without saying that the platters served should be full of healthy food.
Understanding your guest is essential in making them happy, and accommodating everyone goes a long way to making a lasting impression. This why at Berkeley Catering we have a special diet menu which caters to individual diets including vegan, halal and lactose free diets.
It’s very important to have a good balance between ambition and budget. This will also be very helpful for catering companies to ensure expectations are met. Knowing your budget is the first step finding a catering package that suits you.
It is important to understand the difficulty of attempting to deal with everything in-house when running a corporate event. Delegating tasks to outside organisations who specialise in those fields can ensure that all the common pitfalls are avoided and that your event runs smoothly from start to finish.
The team here at Berkeley Catering have a huge amount of industry experience. Find out more about our corporate event catering in London now and enquire at email@example.com to get a quote.
The main focus of a corporate event is often on how you present your concept or idea, but of equal importance is how you...