Friday, August 21, 2015
The popularity of coffee shops have been enduring even better than other types of restaurants. A trendy café’s cozy ambience, along with the heady and homely aroma of coffee continues to attract coffee lovers across the demographic lines. Observing a barista concoct your drink is interesting enough in itself, but to get a skilled one would require a rigorous hiring standard. Running a small coffee shop is no less complex than operating a midscale restaurant, as either one involves more than just creating the right espresso or serving tender steaks. For a less risky approach, entrepreneurs prefer to look into the market listings in Vancouver for coffeehouses or restaurants for sale for the opportunity to start running their business, rather than buying a lot and building a business site from scratch.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
A restaurant business is one of the most favorable and safest business ventures to go into for one good reason: everyone eats! In particular, a restaurant in booming Vancouver, BC promises a steady stream of customers and good profits. As with any other business, however, running a restaurant requires keen planning and proper research. Jumping on the restaurant business out of impulse is a recipe for bad investment and unsatisfied customers. Before you place an offer for a restaurant for sale in Vancouver, look into the details discussed below. Passion What food is your passion? It is important that the business you are venturing into is something that you’re passionate about. If you want to open a burrito restaurant, or serve Japanese cuisine, make sure that you know how the food should be served.
Monday, June 29, 2015
There’s no doubt that you need a broker in selling your restaurant. Many of the restaurants for sale in Vancouver are listed by brokers, for good reasons. Brokers would have the proper network and platforms that would allow wider exposure for any property for sale. Professional brokers would also have intimate knowledge about buyers’ behaviors, such as when would be the best time to sell a property. Don’t just work with a general business broker, however. Instead, make sure you enlist the services of someone who specializes in restaurants, such as Restaurant Business Broker. This type of broker would have an established marketing system that targets the right networks and potential buyers. Such a broker would also have more than enough knowledge about the industry to help you come up with a selling price that’s neither too high nor too low, as both can have a negative impact on your selling efforts.
Monday, June 22, 2015
"Building from scratch is incredibly hard work, so it’s not uncommon to see aspiring restaurant owners veer away from the ‘ground-up’ approach in setting up a business. That being said, some future restaurateurs tend to opt for buying an existing establishment instead. In buying a current restaurant for sale in Vancouver, people have two basic options: a franchise or an independent business. Either option has its merits, but ultimately choosing one path depends on one’s understanding of his own strengths and weaknesses, as well as the differences between the two modes of starting up. Here’s a quick rundown of the disparities between a conventional franchise and an existing independent business.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
There’s more to Vancouver than just being one of the cleanest and most livable cities in the world. There surely are little known facts about the city that make a huge impact on its culture and economy. For instance, did you know that 35 percent of the people living in Vancouver are foreign born? While that’s just a little over 1/3 of the population, it’s enough to diversify culture in the city, and when there’s too many different cultures in one location, odds are the market will be assorted, too. A proof to the massive cultural diversity is the various kinds of restaurants riddling the city blocks. From legendary restaurants that serve timeless dishes to famous pubs that bring in new cuisines, you can find just about any kind of bistro you want to dine in if you scour the city properly. You can also tell by this fact that food service business is not going to lose its flavor anytime soon.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
For some people looking for new business opportunities, owning a restaurant seems like a great idea. After all, one thing people will never turn down is good food paired with an excellent dining experience, which makes opening up a restaurant a profitable investment. Buying an already existing business is perfect for those who want to cash in quick. Here are things one needs to consider before buying a restaurant for sale in Vancouver: Know what you’re in for There are ways to make sure if a restaurant is worth buying or not. You can easily do this by partnering up with a business broker that specializes in restaurants. They can help you by saving you the trouble of going from place to place to find a business that would work for you.
Monday, March 9, 2015
Restaurants are among the most profitable investments in Vancouver. The recent explosion of sushi restaurants, for example, proves just how Vancouver residents love to dine out and have a taste of different delicacies. You might want to take advantage of this sustainable demand by opening your own restaurant right at the heart of the city. Before you do, here are some things About Money contributor Lorri Mealey wants to point out. Obviously, if you start a restaurant from scratch, you’d have to face many challenges before you could establish a reputation or settle your financial obligations. Aside from creating and marketing a name for your new restaurant, you’d have to come up with an efficient business model. You also need to find a good location and hire a team of expert cooks and F&B service representatives. Buying a restaurant for sale in Vancouver which has an established name and operation eliminates all those hassles.