For most couples, planning their wedding day and reception customarily includes hiring a catering company. It is simply too difficult, not to mention a significant imposition, to ask and/or expect family members and friends to develop the menu and prepare and serve the meal, no matter ...Continue Reading
Sometimes, the terms office and/or company party can be taken literally by those who are tasked with making the catering arrangements i.e.: this is a party that must be held in a corporate/office-based setting. Now that some much nicer weather has finally arrived in Toronto ...Continue Reading
There should be little to no surprise that arranging a corporate catering event requires a significant amount of planning, time, and effort. Yet for many companies, those who decide to stage such an event will often delegate this responsibility to another internal person or team with ...Continue Reading
When a couple first announces their engagement, attention turns almost immediately to all of the planning associated with their actual wedding day:
What is the date?
Where will the ceremony be held?
Where will the reception be held?
Have you decided on a wedding caterer?
For many businesses, whether large or small, hosting an on-site event can be a logistical challenge. In many cases, the company cafeteria or the ground-floor coffee shop is just not equipped to handle the office catering needs or preferences for such events as:
Client or customer ...Continue Reading