considerable thinks before starting a fruit shop business

 Not just fruit, there are a few things to keep in mind when doing any business, such as:

1) What is the demand for the item you are going to sell at that moment? Falling into the commodity market is a serious matter, because on the one hand your capital will be stuck, on the other hand things will be wasted.

2) If it is raw material, then you can hand over the thing to the next level trader while it is fresh. Defeat if the thing is damaged in the warehouse.

3) If it is a finished product, is it coming to market at a price or quality that is better than others? Your product needs to have an identity for which buyers will like it more than others.

4) The skills and honesty of those who will work in your business should be unquestionable.

5) Your customers should be satisfied with the use of you or your employees.

In addition to these things there are many other things to keep in mind. However, I did not write anything else because the education is more mature if you learn by listening to them or reading them, by burning your hands and swearing. Good luck.

Some business with little capita

There are many businesses now that do not require any capital to do. Or you can do business with little capital.

1. Selling products online: You can sell products online. Any product that you feel comfortable with can now be sold online. That’s why you need to be associated with anyone who does business online. You can sell his product by displaying it on your Facebook page. In return you can take commission from him.

2. YouTube Channel: Now you can join this business if you have a good quality mobile handset. There are hundreds of ideas on cooking, opening different designs on clothes, making handicrafts by opening a channel on YouTube, (if you search on YouTube) you can create videos and upload them.

3. Small Entrepreneur: You have to spend something for this. For example, getting a trade license, opening a bank account, getting listed in the SME Foundation. You can participate in all the fairs for small entrepreneurs by taking products from all the women who make clothes at the small level next to you, who are involved in handicrafts.

4. Computer business: Here too you have to spend at least one computer, one printer for internet connection. Even if it is a shop of tolerable small size. Good if you know composing well. If you don’t know, various applications including bank recruitment application, examination certificate, photo to photo, e-mail, e-tin application, tender participation are now done online. You can do those. And it is better to know the work of design. There are many opportunities for additional income in this sector.

Business Idea for fruit shop

 You have to be enterprising to stand on your own two feet. And to be an entrepreneur, you have to decide what to start with. This requires a business that can be started with little capital.

Mango, blackberry, litchi, jackfruit, guava, pineapple, olive, kamaranga, grapefruit, mango etc. are available at different times of the year. Fruits are rich in vitamins and nutrients. Good business can be done by selling fruits. Especially in schools, colleges, universities, busy street corners or alleys there is a lot of value for fruit. Moreover, now fruit import is also quite. Such as apples, pears, malts, grapes, etc. Fruit shops can start with local and foreign fruits.

The choice of location is an important issue in the case of fruit shops. A place should be chosen for the fruit shop, through which the office people travel more. In addition, you can choose places that are more crowded for the shop. However, if the bus stand, railway station, hospital or busy area fruit shop business will run well. Fruit shops can also be offered near grocery stores in residential areas.

Some money will be needed to buy permanent materials for the store. Besides, if you invest some money to buy fruits every week, the profit margin will be huge. If you want to rent a shop, you will need some more money for its position and rent. Some rules of shop management

The store must be clean. Arrange separate baskets for fruit at the same time. Collect fresh and naturally ripe fruits at wholesale prices. You can put such fruits in front of the shop. Large fruits like watermelon, jackfruit, coconut, melon etc. can be arranged separately on the table. Small fruits like Amalki, Olive, Kamranga, Borai etc. should be arranged in baskets on the table. Be sure to arrange beautiful packets for sale, which will impress the buyer and motivate them to buy the product from you again.

5 tips for High income fruit business in a short time

There is a demand for various fruits throughout the year. Fruit is a delicious and nutritious food. Everyone, big or small, likes one or another fruit. There is a huge demand for all kinds of fruits. Anyone with little capital can become self-sufficient in fruit business.

Selection of location: 

 It is necessary to select a suitable place for giving fruit shop. Fruit shops should be set up in the center of the market or in places where people gather. A fruit shop near a school, college, university, bus stand, railway station or in front of a hospital will do business well. In addition, fruit shops can be provided near the crossroads in residential areas. Anyone can start a fruit business for their own employment.

Capital:

 10 $ to 30 will be required to buy durable materials for fruit shop. In addition, you have to invest 200 to 300 per week to buy fruit. If you want to rent a shop, you may need some more dollers for the position and rent of the shop.

Training: 

No training is required to set up a fruit shop. However, the details of the fruit business can be known by contacting an experienced person.

Rules for running a fruit shop:

After selecting the shop, the wooden shelves or shelves in the shop should be arranged against the wall. A wooden table should be placed in front of the shop. Fruits should be collected from places where fresh and naturally ripe fruits are sold at wholesale prices. Wooden shelves or different fruits should be arranged one on top of the other. In this way apples, oranges, pears, malts etc. can be arranged. Large fruits like watermelon, coconut, melon etc. should be arranged separately on the table. Small fruits like mango, olive, kamaranga, plum etc. should be arranged on the table in baskets. Fruits that are sold as weights should be weighed on the scales when sold. Some fruits are sold as hali or dozen. Such as banana, apple, orange, etc. These fruits must be counted correctly. The fruit sold should be given to the seller on a piece of paper.

Caution: 

Fruits should be collected very carefully before reaching the buyer, so that there are no spoiled fruits. Fresh and ripe fruits have to be sold. The fruit should be wiped well before arranging. Naturally ripened fruits should be kept in the store. Ripe fruits should not be sold with pomp.

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