I am thinking of starting my own outside corporate catering company?
i am thinking of starting my own business after my a-levels in corporate catering, offering quality food, marquees, events management, waiters, etc. I do not have any experience in this sector but i am told there is none needed, although i am not an experienceed in catering, i was hoping to be involved in the business side of things, and empoy a head chef to oversee the food preperations, and events manager to organise the events, etc, and myself to act as the managing director, is this venture viable?
Asked By: Matt P - 5/14/2008
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Of course its viable or other people wouldn't do it....but its a very competitive market...I would try and get a job in the industry to see how it works from the inside...plenty of time to set up your own company once you realise what it fully entails...seems a lot to take on from scratch with no previous business... More
Answered By: Knownow't - 5/14/2008
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If you have enough of your own capital to get started and you do a thorough business plan why not... More
Answered By: in dog with rust - 5/14/2008
It is (probably) viable, you can get free advice from your local chamber of trade plus from your bank's business manager. There may alo be a 'small business forum' where you live and they too offer a wealth of advice - plus it is from local buisness so the folk know what they are talking about.
Answered By: rugratshd - 5/14/2008
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