Home Business Start Up -- Grocery Shopping Home Business - No matter what...
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No matter what form the service takes, the opportunities can be mind-boggling. Even the single enterprising shopper can make a good living for the next dozen years or so... until supermarket chains catch on...
Once more supermarkets catch on, it may be possible to present your existing service to the supermarket chain as an established service.
By contracting your services with a grocery store chain, you can cash in. Of course, at that point, it's likely that you will have employees doing the shopping for you.
Since there are so few grocery shopping companies around, you will have to decide for yourself what the market will be when setting your prices.
You will probably want to break down your prices to reflect the dollar amount of the order, the distance for delivery and whether you can handle several orders at the same time. (For example: $10 for a $50 order within a 5 mile radius).
Keep in mind, the bottom line in this business is volume. The more orders you can fill at one time and the fewer miles you have to travel, the more lucrative your business will be.
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