2017 has been nothing short of amazing. We’ve had the privilege to bring great food to great people and set up some incredibly interesting events.
We’ve covered the 10 things you never knew about corporate catering — now, how about the things you thought you knew?
For anyone who has organized a team meal, the hardest part has always been making it more than just a ‘makan session’. Team meals are a conduit for conversation and team cohesion, and a simple cohesion activity over lunch can be effective at doing this.
Being a leader is not easy. It’s one thing to delegate tasks, and another to foster a dedicated and committed team. Anyone can work for a salary, but true loyalty can’t be bought.
There are many preconceptions and misconceptions about corporate catering, from the safest type of food to order to the policy on takeaways.
No matter if you’ve catered for a company event just once or have to arrange for team meals every other day, you will never know all that there is about catering for a company meal.
Until now, that is.
As industry insiders, we’re privy to knowledge that might not be commonly known, and we’re always happy to share!
So, keep reading for 10 things you didn’t know about corporate catering, and what you should take into consideration before planning your next big team lunch or dinner.
It’s that time of the year again. Your company’s town hall meeting is coming up and you’ve been tasked with getting the food for the event.
For the majority of us, food does more than just fill up the belly. Different types of cuisine can also
convey different vibes and bring about different feelings.
Catering for a large group of people for an event once is stressful enough, more so if you have to do it every other week or day.
Here’s unveiling the latest addition to Catersmith’s great group of restaurant partners - Tambuah Mas, one of Singapore’s oldest Indonesian restaurants. Feeding Singaporeans food prepared with handmade love since 35 years ago, Tambuah Mas Catering now brings authentic Indonesian favourites to the buffet line.