List Of Businesses That Will Benefit From Specialist Van Leasing
February 12, 2013
Businesses these days are evolving; being creatively mobile has become the trend. In Asia, a good-sized van can instantly become a big income generator especially since there are no strict business regulations to comply with in many areas.
For businesses "on the go," specialist vans are typically the choice of vehicles to use; they're spacious and offer numerous possibilities for "temporary customisations" (features that can be installed and uninstalled easily) to effectively serve the business operations. A lot of creative entrepreneurs who have taken their business on the road claim that starting up this kind of business is definitely so much easier compared to going through the traditional stringent and costly process of establishing a business at a permanent location. To further bring down costs, most of them advise like-minded entrepreneurs to take advantage of specialist van leasing because not only is this option lighter on the budget, but it also offers other benefits that will automatically eliminate some of the hassles of becoming operational right away.
But what are the businesses that are great to take on the road and have a high probability of success? Listed below are some of the creative ones that have been featured in magazine shows all over the world.
1. Boutique on wheels - Everything from shoes, jewellery, clothes and other fashionable accessories can be sold straight from a specialist van. The "Styleliner: Boutique on Wheels" owner, Joy Wolffer, uses collapsible shelves, chairs and small tables inside her van to showcase her products to customers. People who are looking for unique items and a unique shopping experience instantly gravitate to her compact but completely decked out van/boutique. She takes her van to bazaars, flea markets and wherever a mobile business is easily permitted to operate.
2. Food vans - These are not really new but the great advantage with selling food from a van is that there's not necessarily a need to customise the vehicle to effectively cater to customers (this is if you're just leasing the speciality van). Sometimes, a couple of foldable chairs for the customers to sit on and coolers (to hold the food like sandwiches and pastries) are all that you need.
3. Salon on the go - This is quite popular in Middle Eastern countries because the service price is much cheaper.
4. Mobile art shows - These made it to the list of wackiest business on wheels. Though it often made use of a U-Haul truck, the concept can also be used for a smaller specialist van. Struggling artists no longer have to wait for big art shows to display their work; they can reach out to a more "casual" market and make some sales.
There are many other ideas for mobile businesses to go with-all you need is imagination, a substantial capital and a solid action plan to finally be in business.
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