Food and Beverage Confidential

Looking for ways to save money on food and beverage, yet still offer meals that will please attendees? Here is a checklist that will be a great starting point.

The Fundamentals

  • Be very tight with your guarantees. Use your historical data; place conservative estimates; and track your delegates' patterns closely.

  • Crunch the numbers. Compare the pricing options on a spreadsheet. Is it better to buy in bulk, by the dozen, or à la carte?

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