Ever wondered what it takes to start your own personal chef business? Come check out my brand-new class next month at Minuteman’s Adult Education program in Lexington! I’m SO excited to realize this long-held wish – to share the ins and outs of starting a PC business with other avid home cooks, who’ve always wondered what it takes to do this for a living. If you have Wednesday evenings in October free and have always wondered what it takes…come join me!
Cook for a Living! Becoming a Personal Chef
Instructor: Christine Taylor Garner; TaylorMade Meals LLC
3 Sessions – Wed., Oct 12, 19 and 26; 7pm
Minuteman Tech; 758 Marrett Rd, Lexington
Do you love to cook? Do you head to the stove to unwind after a busy day, or look forward to weekends where you can whip up feasts for your family? If food is your passion, and you’ve ever wished you could spend your days doing something fulfilling, creative, and fun – and earn a good income at the same time – a personal chef business may be right for you. This course will outline what it takes for you to start and run your own personal chef business. The first session covers what you need to get started: understanding state regulations; exploring business entities; insurance; choosing a name; and useful equipment and supplies. The second session focuses on client-facing aspects of the business: pricing; marketing; menu planning; conducting client interviews; and strategies for success on your first cookdate. The last session will cover tactics for running your business efficiently: managing multiple clients; efficient menu planning; recipe management; administration; and branching out into other services such as catering or cooking lessons.
Come find out more about a career that Entrepreneur.com ranked the #4 fastest-growing entrepreneurial profession. Be your own boss, set your own hours, do the work you love that feeds your soul!
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