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Greetings,

While planning the marketing for my Private Chef business, I am pondering the issue of discretion. My last gig was for royalty. I didn't tell my acquaintances (just a few close friends) however, it would look really good on my Chef Facebook Page and help me attract clients.

But I worry it seem pretentious while I really need the good introduction to a new area.

What are your wise thoughts? When and where is it best to divulge one's clients? 

Thank you,

Burnell
 

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Well, doesn't private cheffing for royalty and dignitaries suggest that your abilities can withstand very high expectations? How best to say that...do you mean you would only mention the location, size of crowd, type of menu etc?  As I am building my business in a new area, I need to hit just the right tone and use my best features. As its a seasonal place, most of the villas are owned or rented to people who probably use agencies in London, for example, to source their chefs, so I am getting myself in a few of those too.  Any of your suggestions are helpful,

Thanks,

Burnell
 
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