Cater Your Product Launch!

Business catering is hard enough on its own. You have to take a lot into account if you’re going about it properly. When you’re in the middle of launching your product, the last thing you have to think about is the actual product launch party’s little tidbits of information and detail. You are launching your idea into the minds of everyone attending, after all. You’ve got a lot on your mind, which is why you should put your trust in the hands of a business catering company that has done this before.

Business Catering Comes With High Expectations

If you’re going to cater an entire party, then you’re going to need two things: quantity, and quality. When you’re diving into the thick of it, there are a few things that attendees (not to mention investors and potential customers) associate with one another. If you’ve put little to no effort into your actual product launch event, then it’s going to reflect poorly on the rest of the affair. You need to hit the nail on the head from start to finish. Happy bellies, happy people.

You Don’t Have Time To Call Fifty Vendors

Okay, maybe not fifty, but you shouldn’t have to call a rental company to get the chairs, canopies, and tables—you need a one-stop shop for that, which is exactly what you get with Handheld Catering. Take the guesswork out of the little details. We’ll handle the food, and everything else associated with it. We leave the space the way we found it, so you’re not left dealing with semantics while you’re trying to network further.

Launches Demand Bartenders on Staff

One of the aspects that we all know goes into play during any party is the alcohol served. If you’re going to launch a large party with a purpose and premiere excellent food, your guests are going to expect wine and beer. It’s just part of the process. With full bartenders available on staff, you’re already on the good foot by providing full service to your guests.

Product Launches Are Remembered

When you’re propelling your product into the hands of an excited (and well-fed) guestlist, you’re making memories. They’ll remember your product launch, how it was conducted, and every little detail in between as time goes on. When someone brings up your product in conversation, they’ll be certain to verbally recall how excellent the party was: the food, the product, and the wrapped-up package that is your brand.


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