Innovative entrepreneurs often say getting a business to grow means thinking on one’s feet to create new ways of reeling in more clients. That’s what catering company Destiny Cuisine (Destiny) did when owner and managing director Titus Makoro decided to take a fresh approach to grow the business on acquisitions.
An opportunity to buy the assets of House of Bonne Cuisine, a premier fine-dining catering company, last st July, which included the office space and nd the industrial culinary equipment, gave the he catering business the advantage of a bigger ger kitchen that would allow it to scale up operations. erations.
Destiny offers bespoke spoke catering solutions for the complex ex challenges faced by its clients. And the he acquisition move has set the catering ng company apart from its peers, doubling bling its capacity on the manufacturing and distribution of foods to the various us clients under the Destiny brand.
Destiny’s five divisions, sions, which include Destiny Cuisine, ine, Destiny Express, Destiny Fine ne Dining, Destiny Vending Solutions and Destiny Foods, all target different client bases on catering numbers s from intimate corporate dinners to the mass production of food.