From thriving cities to small downtown areas, food on wheels is a growing trend.
It’s not just drawing a new crowd of eat-on-the-street customers, it’s bringing in big bucks too.
When fall arrives and you’re attending career fairs, start identifying eager students who could help with easier work requirements on a temporary basis.
Roll the topic into conversations when you’re introducing yourself.
Track as many details as you can, such as what the candidates are doing now, what their interests are, and their availability and work preferences.
Then you can use that database as a list of people to reach out to proactively when you need to.
Keep in contact with them because they may be a great backup option for the holidays.
We’re seeing more often now that when someone leaves a job, it’s not necessarily for another full-time job — they may be taking some time off to explore another line of work or simply weighing their options.
The food truck business pulls in an estimated 4 million in revenue every year, according to an industry report from IBIS World.
If this knowledge has your entrepreneurial spirit in high gear and you’re interested in learning how to start a food truck, we’ve got the tips and tricks to help you start selling must-eats from the streets.