Open Your Own Kitchen Store
Open a Cookware
Store, Cooking Store, Bakeware Store or Home Kitchen Shop
you a foodie who loves to cook and discover new kitchen
gadgets? As the owner of a kitchen store you can have a fun and
career where you are paid to share your love of cooking.
you open a kitchen store (also known as a cookware store, cooking
store, bakeware store, or kitchen shop), you will be
among the first to know about and use the latest in kitchen
tools and gadgets.
a kitchen store owner you will enjoy the freedom of being your own
boss, selling kitchen supplies to people as passionate about cooking
as you are, who value your knowledge and expert advice.
and cookware is a stable industry, with customers from a desirable,
industry is doing very well. People are still cooking. … Kitchen store
owners are selling a wonderful, functional practical item that’s basically
kitchen store can give customers a place to learn, to meet
other cooks, and to get the items they need to make gourmet
at home, from hors d’oeuvres and breads to grilled entrees, exotic desserts
and even fancy coffees.
Laurie O’Halloran, HomeStyle Magazine
you open a kitchen store, you will have the freedom to choose
the kinds of kitchen products you want to sell. You might choose to offer
something for everyone with a multi-purpose cookware and kitchen
supply store, or you can specialize in any area you are passionate
example, if you love baking and cake decorating, you can open a bakeware
store. Adore grilling? Open a barbecue store. Want to promote healthy
eating and sustainable foods? Sustainable cookware is a growing
trend that can bring you plenty of customers.
You can also make your kitchen
store more popular and increase your profits with cooking
book signings by cookbook authors, open houses, cooking demonstrations,
and other fun events.
owning a kitchen shop sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob
Guide to Become a Kitchen Store Owner
is for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can
get started and succeed in the retail cookware business.
author of this guide is Alisa Gordaneer, a leading writer of career
guides. In the kitchen store guide she shares insider tips
advice from kitchen store owners and industry experts such as Perry
Reynolds, Vice-President Marketing and Trade Development of the International
Housewares Association, to help you achieve success with your
own kitchen store business.
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to open
a kitchen shop in the United States or Canada, plus helpful advice for opening a kitchen store in any country. It includes:
to Start a Kitchen Store Business
Your Kitchen Store
to create a business plan for your kitchen store (includes a sample
what to sell in your kitchen store, including:
overview of options for your kitchen store business:
an existing kitchen store (including how to find kitchen stores
a kitchen store franchise
a new kitchen store
a name for your kitchen store
to get start-up financing for your kitchen store business (includes
sample start-up budgets)
about important business matters including insurance and whether you should
much space (square footage) you need to open your kitchen store
to consider when choosing a location for your kitchen store, including
information about permits and leases
and exterior design of your kitchen store
and supplies you need to start a kitchen store and where to get it
to get inventory for your kitchen store including information about:
to find suppliers for the products you will sell in your kitchen
to buy products at a discount with tips on negotiating the best
track of your inventory
you will find even more resources and advice, including:
to develop effective systems for running your kitchen store on a
to set your prices (with typical markups on kitchenware products)
store theft prevention techniques
that can help you manage your kitchen store inventory
to attract visitors to your kitchen store through advertising
and low cost publicity
events for your kitchen store, including:
signings by cookbook authors
profits of your kitchen shop with effective customer relations, including:
to increase sales
to get repeat business
to find and hire great kitchen store employees
You can have all this and more
for an incredible price. It can cost hundreds of dollars to take courses
on starting a business, and chances are they will not include specific
information about how to open a kitchen shop. The FabJob
Guide to Become a Kitchen Store Owner
contains some of the best
business advice you could get from other sources, plus much more.
to the best free resources for starting your kitchen store business
and checklists, including:
for a kitchen store
list for kitchenware
release for a kitchen store
of equipment and supplies
to evaluate competing kitchen stores
to evaluate potential locations
for kitchen store operations
more! (including free updates)
can save you many hours of research, help you avoid some costly mistakes,
and give you information you need to open a kitchen store.
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you believe you deserve to have the career of your dreams, this
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It includes photos and you can adjust the type size to make it as pleasant
to read as possible. You can also print a copy from your own computer.
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was featured in Woman's World Magazine
("Land Your Dream Job" article).
FabJob Guide to Become a Kitchen Store Owner will take you step-by-step
through everything you'll need to open and operate a kitchen shop. Each
chapter is full of important information, helpful advice, and useful tips
from experts. By following the advice and using the valuable resources
included in this guide you will be on your way to success in the kitchenware
FabJob Guide to Become a Kitchen Store Owner is like a recipe for success.
It provides valuable information about choosing a niche, finding a location,
obtaining merchandise, displaying and promoting products, and holding cooking
classes and demonstrations to bring in customers. By following this recipe,
you’ll cook up a tasty career."
a kitchen store allows the owner to fully express his or her love of cooking,
create a community of food lovers and enrich the lives of the store's customers."
Perry Reynolds, Vice-President Marketing and Trade Development, International
is one of the experts who give advice in this FabJob guide
in a name?
of terms are used to describe businesses that sell kitchenware, cookware,
"kitchen store" or "kitchen shop" are the most commonly used terms in North America, people
of different ages, backgrounds, and geographic locations may use other
when you are advertising your business, keep in mind that the people you
want to attract as customers may be looking for a:
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