Do your friends make you their go-to cake baker whenever a birthday or an anniversary comes up? How about you turn those skills into a profitable bakery? Sound good?
Now we’re talking.
Your future business brings joy to everyone. And while starting a bakery sounds fun, it is also hard work especially if you’re in this for the long haul. With equal parts hobby and elbow grease, you may be able to achieve your lifelong dream of becoming a bakery food supplier in the comforts of your home.
How To Start A Bakery
Because of the current situation, we have worldwide, starting a business from home is your best bet. But if you want, you can also try other methods and styles. You’re the chef. Be Creative!
Counter Service. This style will have your customers buy goods over the counter without an option to dine in. Although this may require minimal cleaning maintenance, not being able to keep your customers on-site with the potential of ordering more food and drinks can be a tad annoying.
Online. You won’t be needing start-up money to open a physical shop. Just a few ingredients to buy in bulk from Stover & Company, a killer website, professional photos of your finished products, and a small space from your home. Imagine calling a kitchen packed with yummy stuff your office
Food Truck. This method is fairly neat, as a matter of fact, it has become a trend these days. By way of driving around for customers in different parts of the town to sell baked goods, you’ll be able to widen your fan base and will create noise for your business.
Sit Down. This is actually the dream! To have your own little bakeshop where customers come in and have a taste of your tasty treats. You can also pair your baked goodies with coffee to sell to customers. Picture a space that has both a corner where people order their coffee and pastries and a few spots to sit, sip, eat and read.
Create Your Own Brand
Before we jump to the rest of this section, the first thing in creating your own brand as a bakery food supplier is to choose your business name wisely and anchor everything on it. With your business name, you can come up with how you want the slogan and logo of your brand to look like. This is highly crucial since this is the first thing that your potential customers look at.
Research your target customers, whether you want to sell baked goodies near a university or outside an office building. By doing this, you’ll also be able to identify any competitions and their featured products you have to top.
Starting a bakery poses many exceptional circumstances, and they are often different than starting other food service establishments. One of the best ways to guarantee that opening your bakery goes without trouble is to regulate everything and know where to buy baking ingredients in bulk. For more ideas and supplies you might need for opening your new bakery business, check out Stover & Company or visit their website stovercompany.com