to Get Leads, Price Your Services & Run a Meal Prep and/or Dinner Party Business
Specifically for: Cooks & Chefs preferring a low overhead business cooking in client homes
Cooks & Chefs
You've always said that "someday" you'll start that meal prep or dinner party business, but where do you begin?
I'll guide you through the steps of starting your own personal chef business so you can have full control over your schedule and make money doing work you love.
With 10 years of experience as a personal chef and a background in marketing, I'm Virginia Stockwell. I'll share the tips and tricks I've learned, from how to get clients to pricing your services, and the behind-the-scenes of meal prep and dinner parties.10 Step Checklist to Start >>
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What is a personal chef?
What's the difference between a personal chef and private chef?
What culinary education or skills are needed to become a personal chef?
How do I become certified as a personal chef?
What about websites stating that a formal education is required to be a personal chef?
How long does it take to become a personal chef?
How much can I make as a personal chef?
What's the future of a personal chef in the aftermath of COVID-19?
How do I get new leads into my personal chef business? How do I price my services?
Everyone had to start somewhere
and everyone has a first day in business
When someone calls to set up a consultation about hiring you as their personal chef, all they're thinking about is, "how can you help me?" They just want to know if you’re able to help them with their problem. Potential clients are thinking about menu offerings you can provide them for meal prep. They’re not at all wondering where you went to school, how long you’ve been in business, or what your liability insurance covers. Their only concern is how you can help them.
Regardless of your culinary education or business experience, there are clients for every background, experienced or novice. Everyone had to start somewhere and everyone has a first day in business.
Download the 10-Step Checklist of Things to Do Before Starting Your Personal Chef Business.