Kapow’s Tips on Tipping

Knowing how much to tip can be stressful. Tipping while your client is watching is downright nerve-racking. So we put together a little cheat sheet that you can reference to look like a pro. 

Once you have the skinny on tipping, make sure to keep it to yourself. Don’t let clients see how much you’ve tipped, and whenever possible, settle the check away from the table. This can be a lot to remember, which is why tax and gratuity is included for all Kapow experiences. If you have a business lunch tomorrow, reference this cheat sheet. But if you’d rather skip the stress of computing a tip, click on the button below to book your next event with Kapow.



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