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What Ofline Business To Open?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by SpellZ, Apr 23, 2011.

  1. SpellZ

    SpellZ Regular Member

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    So long story, short.
    Opportunity came knocking, some money came in.

    Me and my friend are thinking of opening up store that does X, total investment should be under $400,000...

    The first think that came to our heads is Burger/Hotdog/Fries store.
    Cheap & Fast.
    You in, you pay, you eat, your out.
    All within 15 minutes.

    Open to suggestions.
     
  2. DellPrinter

    DellPrinter Newbie

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    Tim Hortons or a couple of chip wagon.

    personally i always wanted to run a new york fries
     
  3. blackma

    blackma Power Member

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    I know a guy who opened a small cafe on a busy street in a medium sized street, by Irish standards :).

    He does breakfasts and lunches as well as teas, coffees and other fast food.

    He reckons it is like printing money, but I guess that is due more to the location of his premises rather than what he was selling?
     
  4. allblueskys

    allblueskys Junior Member

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    A cool borrito place that sells unique borritos.

    I was talking to my GF today about opening a pizza place called "Special Slices". We would only sell unique kinds of pizza.

    We would deliver the pizza in a Mini Bus an send out youtube videos to HS kids for "Todays Specials" done with my best "Special Person" impersonation. I thought it would be viral but she thinks it would piss people off.
     
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    forextrader Newbie

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    busy location and demand of the location make the difference
     
  6. MikeHustle

    MikeHustle Power Member

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    I want to own a McDonald's. It takes something like $300k in non financed cash to be eligible for a franchise, and you have to be involved in the day 2 day business. I just read that the average McDonald's brings in around 2.3 million, and the owners take home around 10% of that.

    Owning a MAJOR franchise is definitely a goal of mine for longterm income that I can pass on to any children that I might have.