Street Food business, a way of life.
This is my point of view about this business. Pandemic gave me the opportunity to come back and survive doing street food.
First of all I would like to send all my respect and love to all the big family who lives doing markets every day around the UK. Also big thanks to all the traders who have been sharing with us this last year... we felt very loved!!!
If you are thinking to start your own business selling food in market, and at festivals, I hope these posts can help you to have the success this business deserves.
I do not have the magic wand to give you success but I can assure you that these points will help you to succeed as I have.
I'll tell you all the information you need to know to open your own business, we will need several post because there are many points to consider.
- Choose the right food where you feel confident and you can contribute with something new.
- Create your own brand.
- Whatever you do, do it legally complying with all Food Standards Agency regulations.
- Social Media has to be your best partner.
- Choose the right market and festivals for your business.
I want to speak about this points along different posts, so you will have an idea about what to do have a great success with your street food business.
Please feel free to send me a message if you have any question and I'll do my best to help you.
I lost my job during the pandemic, so I had to start a new way to live. With two children, dog and a mortgage you can imagine the pressure I had to start.
I can tell you now that after one year doing markets and some festivals, I've found a new way to live.
Tapas Culture has been my project, and I have to tell you that it has been a great experience. It's not easy but it is rewarding in terms of personal and financial satisfaction. Trust me if I tell you that you can live really well cooking and selling your food at the streets.
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