Kseniia Chursina, a marketing and business communications expert, is the CEO of the marketing communications agency STUDIO 2112 and catering service STUDIO CATERING. Her new catering service is characterized by innovative, original dishes and a high quality of service that distinguish it from the traditional offerings in the catering market. STUDIO CATERING is a high-service offsite restaurant that can be ordered directly to homes or to a milestone event.
Ms. Chursina brought her experience and passion for European cuisine to the American market. “We offer customers a new and exciting culinary experience with the unique presentation and taste of our exquisite dishes,” said the Moscow, Russian-born entrepreneur.
“We’re setting a new standard for the industry and are raising the bar for what customers can expect from catering services,” she adds.
STUDIO CATERING has a rich history that started back in 2018 in Moscow, where STUDIO CATERING became known for providing unique catering services for global events of world-famous brands.
“With our exquisite food and presentation, we conquered the highly competitive Moscow market,” she says.
Her experience in running her marketing communications agency and catering business in Moscow played a significant role in the success of STUDIO CATERING. “It enabled me to find innovative solutions for business development, which was essential in growing STUDIO CATERING’s customer base and reputation.”
The history of STUDIO CATERING demonstrates the power of innovative thinking, marketing expertise, and high-quality service in creating a successful business. “As STUDIO CATERING grows and develops, it will continue making an impact in the catering industry both in Orange County, California, and beyond,” she says.
Improving the reputation of the catering industry and making it more competitive ultimately leads to better service and higher quality offerings for customers. “What’s more,” she adds, “as the catering business grows and expands, it contributes to the U.S. economy by supporting local businesses. It also creates employment opportunities for chefs, waiters, and administrative staff.”