Starting Your Own Bakery
If you have a talent for baking and enjoy doing it all the time you should consider doing it as a full time job or even as a means of getting some additional income. You can be a small business owner and start a bakery where you sell the goodies you make. We have gone ahead and started planning the venture for you, so all you have to do is take a look at the following points and add your own ideas to it.
Figuring out the creative side
Since baking is a very popular way in which people supplement their income, you will have to be very creative with your flavours and your presentation. This is where your creativity will come in handy. Find new ways in which you can make your baked goods look more colourful and appealing in order to attract more customers. In addition to mastering the classic flavours, try out coming up with you own flavour combinations that might work. You will have to test them out before you make it available to the public. However people enjoy new experiences, especially when it comes to food so this is something that will definitely put you ahead of the pack.
Figuring out the business end of it
You will have to figure out how you are going to interact with your customers and do business with them. One of the most popular methods of marketing these baked goods is through social media platforms such as Facebook. Since these don’t come with built in Singapore ecommerce solution you will have to find another way in which your clients can pay for their orders online. One option is to have them pay for it when they arrive at the store to collect the goods, or pay at the point of delivery.
As a business you would prefer to have your clients pay you at the earliest possible time. Therefore you can get an IT professional who can help you with building a ecommerce website that enables your clients to pay at the time they place their order.
Figuring out the logistics
You will have to figure out how you are going to get your goods to your customers. You will also have to decide a radius within which you can limit your deliveries. If the clients location is too far away you will have to refuse their order since you deal in food items and you cant risk your goodies having gone bad or not tasting fresh by the time the client gets it.