It is factual that the intermittent nature of catering jobs has made it almost impossible for an individual to make substantial profits. Even though the business can be relatively rewarding at some point, it is also true that it takes so much for a caterer to be successful eventually. With that said, it takes one some diligence and persistence to make it in the industry. Just like Mina Ebrahimi has illustrated it, catering can be pretty rewarding in many ways.
Introducing Mina Ebrahimi
Mina Ebrahimi is the daughter of immigrant parents who moved to America in search of greener pastures. Over the years, they formed a small bakery that supplied cakes and bread to consumers from around their neighborhood. Over and above that, Mina Ebrahimi was always at the bakery to observe and borrow some ideas on baking. Therefore, while in the learning process she developed some passion for the business. Because she worked hard at attending to clients, she won many clients’ hearts. That is how she gradually inherited the business. However, before that, the name of the company was changed to Saint Germain Café and until now, that is how it is known by many.
Duties and Responsibilities
Serving as the CEO of Saint Germain Catering, Mina Ebrahimi’s success is vastly attributed to her passion and excellent catering skills. For her, catering is more about unwinding while making special contact with her clients. Other than that, she goes out of her way to discover new dishes that clients would like in the long run. Besides, since she enjoys cooking as one of her fortes, she finds it easy to connect with women who need her empowerment in one way or the other. In fact, she has been contributing part of her financial resources to non-profit-organizations that support cancer-awareness and its prevention among others.
When it comes to catering, most people would rather approach it as a business. Although that is beneficial in many ways, Mina’s approach as a hobby is more rewarding. This is tied to the fact that she gets the opportunity to work with the community in other instrumental projects.