Another week came and went at FoodTruckr, but one thing remains: An overload of advice and information relating to the food truck industry.
With that said, you can find every article published from last week all in one place, and said place is below.
Enjoy, and good luck in the upcoming week, mobile kitchen owners!
The Best FoodTruckr Advice For Mobile Kitchen Owners From Last Week: Jan. 8-13
Now, we understand how busy mobile kitchen owners can get from time to time (60-hour workweeks, anyone?), which is why we love to drop these types of pieces on Monday, pieces that feature all of the articles from the week prior in one place.
This is one of the easiest ways to gain more money at your food truck, because it can lead to a great deal of money in just one day’s worth of work. With that in mind, landing catering gig clients is likely easier said than done, but like with all things in life, the more you practice it, the easier it will become.
Catering gigs are great because you are getting your food truck’s name out there, you typically know what you stand to make going into a gig (although that’s not always the case) and one gig can lead to another.
In the spirit of it being Throwback Thursday tomorrow (Jan. 11), let’s go back in time to May 26, 2015.
On that day, a growth kit was released that changed the game, and it is known as The Food Truck Growth Kit.
If you have yet to get your hands on this invaluable growth kit, and you are also a food truck business owner, then you need to do so ASAP, and you can purchase yours by following this link.
Looking for Food Trucks For Sale? Check out this link for more details!
When it comes to Fridays, FoodTruckr loves to dish out as much advice as possible to food truck owners, which is why FoodTruckr celebrates Flashback Friday.
For the purposes of this week’s Flashback Friday, let’s go back in time to some rather informative articles when it comes to business advice.
Following your dreams is a rather tough journey, and this is very well known.
Not only do you have to put in the work to make your dreams come true, which could take years to happen, but you have to fight off the naysayers every step of the way … and stay just as passionate as you were the very first day you decided to embark on this journey. Plus, and especially if you want to become a food truck owner, you have to do everything above and come up with a ton of money to make your dream come true.
About to join the food truck industry? If so, then make sure to check out the How to Start a Food Truck: The Definitive Guide.
If you want to make it as a food truck owner, then you probably have to take a step back on your social life. This means going out on the weekends less. In general, you should be doing things to make your business better during your free time, whether that means updating menus, coming up with social media strategies, planning the employee schedule for the upcoming week, finding more catering gigs or whatever it might be.
While every business is different, and you might have less to do in the beginning depending on how much you delegate, every business owner should be pretty hands-on in the beginning. This will ensure that your vision is being created, and your food truck operations are running smoothly. Not to mention, you joined this industry because you wanted to be a cook, and that is a daily job when your truck is open.
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