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Types of Catering for your company events

Knowing the types of catering is important when it comes to serving your customers well, publicizing a new product, welcoming senior executives, holding a meeting with your work team, giving a workshop, a corporate conference, celebrating birthday kids of the month, etc. Next, we will explain the types of catering that you can find in the market and which […]

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Knowing the types of catering is important when it comes to serving your customers well, publicizing a new product, welcoming senior executives, holding a meeting with your work team, giving a workshop, a corporate conference, celebrating birthday kids of the month, etc.

Next, we will explain the types of catering that you can find in the market and which of them can be more related to your company’s events.

Buffet type catering

This catering is dedicated to corporations, companies and institutions, both public and private, that are large and those are constituted by a high number of people and therefore, for their events, require a high quality food service, with a great variety of products. In which the diners are served what they want to taste.

Motivated by the high segmentation of service users, buffet catering services specializes in offering diners a variety of dishes, combining them between hot and cold, they are usually categorized according to the type of food they present to the customer, there are catering for all countries of the world.

Find buffet providers near you most important events of your company, such as the New Year’s celebration, your anniversary party, among others.  

Cocktail type catering

This catering is usually used as a strong snack, it is advisable to do it at times other than breakfast or dinner and it is calculated from fifteen to twenty salty bites per person, which substitutes a meal. You can also incorporate small sweets and alcoholic beverages. It is a service that enlivens the atmosphere and is usually carried out in events that end before nightfall.

This type of catering for your company events is ideal for small corporate meetings that do not exceed 30 people and it is a short meeting under and under a fairly specific purpose such as celebrating the number of company sales. Significantly increased.

Appetizer type catering

This service is appropriate when in your company you want to carry out a simple celebration, in a short time, so it is quite fast since it lasts from 15 to 30 minutes. This makes the calculation of bites a maximum of two per person.

We recommend hiring this type of catering for your hours of rest or breaks after an important meeting that will continue or for training courses and workshops. Its advantage is that it allows you to save time and unnecessary travel of your guests, optimizes the budget and minimizes inconveniences with logistics.

Brunch type catering

This type of catering is a combination of breakfast and lunch, which is served in the same place where the event is held. This type of catering for your company events can be used at corporate parties as a welcome for senior executives, a celebration for reaching the sales goals of the year and / or significant achievements

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