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Start a catering business

Have you dreamt of running your own profitable catering business ? Starting a successful business is a challenge – you need to stay on top of regulations, follow certain rules and manage your responsibilities. You need to know what you’re doing. And we can teach you. Join us and take your first steps in the world of catering! Discover our courses – and find out what they can do for you.

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The skills you’ll master during this course will teach you how to build a profitable online business from the ground up. You'll master sales techniques and learn to market your products. You'll cover common beginner mistakes and ways to avoid them.   Additionally, the diploma you’ll get upon graduation will serve as proof of your professional expertise. When added to your CV, it’s a great way to open the door of big companies you’d like to work at – or you can use it to start your own business and create new opportunities for yourself.  

At our store, we realized we needed an online presence to bring more customers in. We tried just creating an Instagram page, but we quickly realized we didn’t really know what we were doing. So we had our employees take a quick online course and learn about e-commerce, then asked them to use what they learned. Soon enough, people were coming in asking about something they saw on our page. Sales have also gone up. At this point, we ask all new employees to learn about e-commerce when they start. It clearly helps.   - employerSpeaks

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Thanks to new technology, you have access to more sales channels than ever before. Your unprecedented ability to reach people means you can connect with your clients better than ever. 20% of all Sales currently happens online – and that number keeps growing. A good salesperson realizes this and uses technology to its full potential.

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The Internet has revolutionized the way we look at sales. Social media and online shops are at the top of the world right now, determining visibility and profits. With that said, the future isn’t set in stone. AI technology has the potential to make a significant impact. Also, putting tech aside, there’s a surprising number of people going back to old-school shopping and seeking the authenticity of personal contact. All in all, the sales world keeps shifting and changing. Successful salespeople keep an eye out for new market shifts and stay educated on latest techniques and methods.

I like my shop. I had fun creating it and I have fun running it every day. But it’s more than a hobby. That’s my livelihood – and I need to turn a profit in order to survive. This course completely changed the way I look at things, and showed me how to fix a few things I didn’t even know I was doing wrong. My profits have gone up and my online store now sells almost as much as my brick and mortar location. The best thing? It’s almost completely automated, and does most of the work by itself. I never would’ve known how to do that before. If anyone’s wondering if they need an online course, trust me: it helps.   - exStudentSpeaking

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At our store, we realized we needed an online presence to bring more customers in. We tried just creating an Instagram page, but we quickly realized we didn’t really know what we were doing. So we had our employees take a quick online course and learn about e-commerce, then asked them to use what they learned. Soon enough, people were coming in asking about something they saw on our page. Sales have also gone up. At this point, we ask all new employees to learn about e-commerce when they start. It clearly helps.  

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  • According to studied, by 2023, 25% of all sales will take part online
  • Being quick pays off. Between 35  and 50 percent of sales go to the first company that responded to the customer’s query
  • 89% of B2B clients use the Internet for research. Being visible online is paramount for profits.
  • A UK study shows that 3 in 4 shoppers go stress shopping after a hard day

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