Doughnuts on the street
I will own a food truck in Greece; this means that I will be selling food on wheels. How will this work? I will prepare the dough and other stuff early in the morning. Later on in the morning I will be selling my food to customers in a commercial area. This could mean in a University, the parks. or anywhere else that there are lots of people. My product will include a fryer in the inside, a washing station (sink, and running water) and other things that will make my food truck look unique through the inside and outside.
Foreign and Business Environment
The economy is hitting everyone badly so people might not like to buy doughnuts from a different part of Europe. Since this is something that will be shipped in Europe and it is food that needs to be eaten warm, them express shipping will have to be used. And I don't think that some people would like to pay more on shipping then on what the doughnut is worth. So certain people would only like to do this.
- People who don't eat pig
I don't think that this product will bother anyone except for people who are vegan because we will not be using pork items. But what we will be using will be items that animals make, like milk and other ingredients.
Methods: using flyers and online ads
Sales: If a big doughnut company makes $500k in one year then, my company should make at least a quarter of what they make because it is something new.There really isn't a lot of competition because the doughnuts that I will be making are more colorful and unique then the traditional greek doughnuts.
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