If you are interested in hosting corporate events you can generate a massive amount of income from this opportunity provided you plan things out properly. The first thing you will need to think about is how you will supply food for these events, you could outsource the catering to a 3rd party but there are risks associated with allowing another vendor access to your corporate clients.
One way to avoid this challenge is by utilizing a temporary commercial kitchen rental. By renting this equipment you can provide your clients with five-star food no matter the venue and when everything has been completed the kitchen can be returned. This approach is great because you are only paying for the equipment when you need it!
What you will need to do is develop a marketing strategy to attract corporate clients bearing in mind it takes time to build a rapport with them. The majority of large scale clients are looking for organizations that are able to meet deadlines and focus on pricing later on so you should ensure that you can execute the plan prior to bidding on the proposed corporate event.
Along with having the right equipment you will need to hire servers and other individuals who can help you achieve the goal of serving the food. Planning out these logistics does take time to complete so you should never make a hasty bid only to realize you don’t have enough people or financial resources to make it happen. All it takes is one poorly managed corporate event and your reputation will suffer. While you are trying to save money bidding on corporate events it would be in your best interest over the long term to keep the bid high so you have enough money to overcome obstacles like a manpower shortage or requirement for additional equipment that wasn’t factored into the quote.