Growing Your Catering Business

August 7, 2017

Looking for opportunities to help grow your restaurant or food chain? Consider tapping into the 21 billion dollar catering market. Catering is becoming a restaurant necessity primarily due to the number of professionals that treat their clientele daily to luncheons. These consistent clients don't have the time, nor the desire to pick up, drive, and set up their luncheon orders, that's why 99 times out of 100 they'll have it delivered.


DeliverThat works directly with restaurants, such as Old Carolina Barbecue Company, Boston Market, & Chick-fil-A, to help streamline their catering processes and procedures. Restaurants that utilize DeliverThat and their professional network of drivers will cut wage related expenses, enhance productivity, & reach new clientele. This all in turn increases the bottom line and allows restaurants to focus on what's most important, their food.


Below are a few tips on how to create the best catering business out there.

Find the Right System 

Not all catering companies are the same. Restaurants often use their own employees to cater and many restaurants use an outside company to cater for them. It all comes down to what will work best for you. DeliverThat is a third party system that has helped many restaurants expand into new markets. DeliverThat takes away the complications of transporting food from place to place. Our drivers simply show up at your restaurant at the specific time of an order for pick up and assemble the order once they get to their on-site destination. All the restaurant has to do is assemble the food to be picked up and then the driver is on their way. This service allows the restaurant to keep their employees in the store and cooking the food instead of dealing with the timely food transportation process.