The Catering World: Types of Catering PowerPoint Presentation

The Catering World: Types of Catering PowerPoint Presentation

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Chapter 1. Catering Management. Tasks working together. Planning. Organizing. Leading . Controlling. Influences the preparation and delivery of food services at a competitive price. Goal is to meet and exceed customer’s perception of value. ID: 147018

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The Catering World: Types of Catering

Chapter 1

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Catering Management

Tasks working together

Planning

Organizing

Leading

Controlling

Influences the preparation and delivery of food services at a competitive price

Goal is to meet and exceed customer’s perception of value

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Catering Segments

Commercial

For profit

Includes: independent caterers, restaurants, hotels

Noncommercial

Not-for-profit

Includes: university catering, health care, schools

Military

A

rmed forces

Diplomatic events

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On-Premise Catering

Hospital catering

High school/elementary school catering

Private or nonprofit caterers

University/college caterers

Cultural institutions

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Advantages of On-Premise Catering

Provides food and service for less

Labor costs are built in

Exempt from certain taxes

No need to pay for liability insurance

Events can be held 24/7

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Catering in Cultural Institutions

C

ultural institution 1st; place for catered events 2nd

Challenges:

Design flaws and need for additional planning

Physical and time constraints

Keys to success:

Innovation

Technology

Food service management systems:

I

nternal self-operation

I

nvited external

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Off-Premise Catering

Examples

Supermarket catering

Dual restaurant-catering operations

Strategies

Distinct competence

Defining a target market

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On-Premise and Off-Premise Combinations

Private parties

Conventions and weddings

One-stop shop catering

Mobile catering

Seasonal niche

Summer outdoor events

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Questions Caterers Must Ask

Location

Space/size

Budget

Personalities of management and client(s)

Compatibility of staff

Background check

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Considerations for Home-based Caterers

Advantages

Can handle small jobs at less cost

Less overhead compared to professional caterers

Disadvantages

Usually not equipped for larger events

May not sell food in a public establishment

Separate kitchen is required by FDA

Less room for equipment or storage

Little margin for error


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