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Marketing Your Personal Chef Business - Networking
When you're marketing your personal chef business NETWORKING plays a crucial role in it; but understanding what true networking is can mean pleasure or pain in your business building practices. Here's a quick list of what it is and 3 questions you need to ask yourself before your prospecting.
Marketing Through Your Local Chamber Of Commerce
Your local Chamber of Commerce is a major resource for building your business. In many cases it's a highly untapped marketplace waiting to be engaged to help you grow your business. They're there for you and now you have to show them how your business is there for them. Here's how.
Making Your Personal Chef Content Work For You
The purpose of content on and offline is to add perceived value, establish credibility and ultimately move your audience to action. In this series we’ll explore the dynamics behind it all and how to implement it in your business.
Making Your Alternatives List
Have you ever run into a client who has such a specialized diet that it takes you to the end of your limits? Sometimes as personal chefs we have to make special considerations for our special needs clientele. Here are some ways to insure you always have an answer to their concerns.
Make Your Specialty Food Stores Your Resource
You can never get too familiar with your specialty food stores. When you keep your finger on the pulse of what your marketplace is carrying, you keep your finger on the pulse of what your adoring fans may be looking for. Keep abreast of this when perusing your specialty foods markets.
Make Your Local Farmer's Market Your Resource
As a personal chef, farmer's markets are great resources to have in your repetoire. They provide a never-ending list of possibilities for you and your clientele. When I'm going on a food foraging mission and sourcing items to prepare, here's what I do.
Kalijira Rice Product Review
Every personal chef has to have a good list of ingredients and their uses in their knowledge base. I always look at new things to try out to keep my menus new, fun, cutting edge and still practical. This week's review is on a 'tiny' rice called Kalijira. Here's what I have to say...
Inspiration For Your Personal Chef Business
Starting your personal chef business this year? Find out what an inspired non-chef did to start his restaurant; from nothing, in an UNBELIEVABLE amount of time. Trust me, you're not going to want to miss this story. This new year's theme is: "Make The Move!"
Ideas On How to Use Vietnamese Coriander
I just got back from my [un]local nursery, where I and my boys went on a vertical gardening foraging trip. I found, much to my surprise, Vietnamese coriander, amongst other things. Loved the smell, but didn't really know what to do with it. Here's what I found.
Ideas for Your Staple Food Items
Being prepared for whatever comes your way is highly underrated. It keeps you from being caught on the wrong side of opportunity. Here are a few simple tips that will keep your pantry full, your creativity flowing and your clients calling you back for more.
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