At least 11% of beer people can buy in supermarkets, grocery stores or specialty beer stores. This business began to actively emerge at the end of the crisis zero, when entrepreneurs at every step began to open stalls with a small but affordable range. Draught drink is markedly different bright, noticeable and rich taste than beer from the bottle. For this reason, the number of Amateurs and entrepreneurs who want to get rich during the year that they will spend on the promotion of the beer business is increasing every year.
Before planning a beer business, it is worth remembering that it brings uneven profits. In hot weather, income is rapidly increasing by 40%-60%, winter revenue is not so joyful, which is understandable. If during the year the store will continue to make a profit, you can call yourself a successful entrepreneur. Continue reading
The goal of any businessman is to have a profitable business. In order to build such a business, you need to know what profit is in its essence. It seems everything is clear here – profit is the positive difference between income and expenses for the production or purchase and sale of goods and services. Accordingly, if you want to make a profit, you need to increase this difference.
But if you increase the difference, it may happen that in general no one will buy anything. Why? Because, in fact, profit is the difference between the costs of producing or acquiring and selling goods or services and the value of these goods and services. In other words, a profitable business is when the value of a commodity is higher than its price. Continue reading
The prospects of small business are connected with the understanding of the fact that it occupies one of two niches in the economy. The first of these is the start of new business areas. The second niche is an aid to the average, but more often big business. In our conditions, about 10-20% of small businesses work in the first niche. In the second niche – 80-90% of small businesses.
In other words, the vast majority of small businesses work as assistants to big business and, accordingly, depend on it. For example, service stations are assistants to car manufacturers and spare parts for them. The sphere of trade is the assistants to the producers of goods. Travel agencies are assistants to tour operators. Continue reading