n Meetings - Tantalising the taste buds : best practice

Volume 2016, Issue 67
  • ISSN : 1684-9264


Catering is an integral part of any event. Even if every other aspect of the event is a raving success, if the catering is terrible, it will probably be the only thing that the guests remember. In order to avoid this, Carla Rossouw, professional conference organiser at Vespasian Consulting, says, "Catering requirements need to be discussed in detail with your client, covering aspects such as type of menu, price, variety and catering for specific dietary requirements." When planning meals for an event, it is important to enquire if the guests have any special food restrictions or allergies to consider. "If guests do not communicate clearly what they can and cannot eat, then some may go home hungry," says Carla.

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