With fall almost here and winter right behind it, now more than ever, FoodTruckrs need to make a push toward yearly goals.
And we plan on helping you do exactly that via an overwhelming amount of advice. Therefore, we are about to drop our top 10 articles of 2017 (aka our most viewed articles). We persuade you to use the advice in each article to your advantage. Also, make sure to apply some of the strategies to your food truck business, and pass along the advice to other food truck owners!
Without further ado, below you will find our top 10 articles from 2017 so far (consider this the September edition).
While we are only dropping a small preview for each article, make sure to click on every link to really sink your teeth into some otherworldly food truck advice.
Top 10 FoodTruckr Articles Of 2017: September Edition
“Of course, one of the things that probably constantly runs through your head is your menu. Here’s the thing: People are going to love your food! You put a lot of time into this, and you surely have some unique recipes up your sleeve. However, in hopes of helping you with the food, we are about to drop five menu ideas for new mobile kitchen owners!”
“We all want to make more money, right? Well, you likely didn’t enter the food truck industry to be an instant success. No, you entered this industry to follow your dreams, to live out your true passions every single day. Of course, making an endless amount of money would simply be the cherry on top.”
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“Surviving and thriving in the mobile kitchen industry is no easy feat, yet here you are, trying to do exactly that. If the food truck industry was an easy one to conquer, then, well, everyone would try to become a food truck owner. Spoiler: That is not the case.”
“First impressions are everything, and that saying especially rings true in the food truck industry. How can you have a good first impression in the food truck industry, one might be wondering? Easy. By having a successful grand opening.”
“Always remember, where there’s a will, there’s a way. If you want to become a food truck owner bad enough, and you have a plan on top of that, then you can. Think of the money you need initially as a minor and short-term obstacle.”
“After all, you could end up spending $30,000 (at minimum!) for the actual truck and the equipment required to make your food. If you are in the market for a high-end truck, then your business (the truck and all of the equipment) could cost $70,000 or more.”
“You see, the first step to getting approved for some financing is trying. Like all things in life, if you don’t put your name in the ring, then you will never know if something is possible.”
“The idea of starting a mobile food business attained its popularity among entrepreneurs, as it is cheaper than opening a restaurant. Why do people love food trucks? They create a special atmosphere and sell delicious food/drinks at affordable prices. Swarms of people who want to try something delicious on the go are your potential customers, as well as lovers of taking photos of unusual things.”
“If you’re planning on opening a food truck with an unusual theme or menu, you’re probably feeling a little anxious about whether or not the locals will dig your concept as much as you do. But don’t despair! No matter how unconventional your idea may be, if these five totally weird food trucks found success, then indeed, you can, too.”
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“However, this does not mean that it is the cheapest way out there as there are still some costs and considerations to make when deciding to set up a mobile street food business. For those on a small budget who decide to get into the food truck vending industry, they may need to do some more planning. Being successful with a small business is a grind, so always be ready for compromises.”
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