A catering business might be very successful, fulfilling and rewarding at the same time. While running this business, you will be able to indulge your love and passion for food in respect to meeting people. If you are such an individual and have been wondering how to start your catering business, then Mina Ebrahimi’s story should encourage you to begin.
Delving into Work
Mina Ebrahimi started working at a very tender age. Since she had this undying passion for making different dishes at home, he joined his parents in their bakery, located in Seven Corners just at eleven years. Watching her parents bake and sell their cakes to different clients was really inspiring. She thought to herself that perhaps that was the best thing that could happen to anyone in the name of a client. I mean, baking a cake would be rather hectic for an individual especially when he or she does not have professional qualifications.
Service to Clients
For Mina Ebrahimi, serving these clients meant saving their time alongside earning money on the side. That is how she developed her hospitality expertise and started serving thousands of clients at the same bakery. With time, her parents found it necessary to change the company name from Tyson’s Galleria into Saint Germain Cafe.
Owning Saint Germain
As of now, Saint Germain Catering is a leading woman-owned company for catering business. Every day, it serves more than 7,000 clients in about 200 events across Washington, DC, Virginia as well as Maryland.
Serving Friends and Family
For Mina, nothing beats the feeling of reaching out to the society by sharing her cooking skills and feeding masses from it. While her favourite meal is BBQ, she enjoys every other meal that she has made. This is because she must be able to produce exactly what a client needs and the only way through which she can establish this is by tasting the particular food.
Besides catering, Mina Ebrahimi loves people. Therefore, as a philanthropist, she strives to connect with the less fortunate through her cooking as well. For instance, she sponsors McBaine, a major cancer detection dog that works with Penn Vet Working Dog Unit and helps in making early cancer detection.