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5 ideas for businesses in a truck

  1. 1. 5 Ideas for Businesses in a Truck By ANJER
  2. 2. The instant you think of business location, it’s no surprise that the first thing you may think of is a large building and an office in a commercial area. It may have been true in the past, but in recent years, the way business is done is rapidly evolving. Offices are no more limited to closed cabins or large buildings, but the business person is out and about; you don’t go to the company, but the company comes to you. Today, the businesses market is becoming extremely competitive; customers demand quick service, instant responses, convenience, accessibility and most of all, exceptional service. With the changing dynamics of business, entrepreneurs and businesses have started going mobile – and for that, the main resource to get them to the customer is a truck.
  3. 3. Trucks have been primarily used for transportation, but now, the uses of a truck are becoming diverse, as are the types of businesses. Here are 5 ideas for businesses that can be perfect for a truck. 1. Barber Shop – a truck can be transformed into a barber shop to cater to different areas. The idea of this mobile business is to provide customers ease of access and save time and money. An average sized truck can serve 2 or 3 clients at a time for basic salon services.
  4. 4. 2. Gym – who could have thought of a gym that roams around and comes to you? Buy or rent a used truck or trailer and transform it into a full fledge gym. The business can be viable for there are many people who find gym to be too far from home and avoid working out altogether. Mobile gyms can be the perfect solution to commute problems and time constraints.
  5. 5. 3. Boutique – this is the perfect solution for young entrepreneurs who want to exhibit their clothes collection to a variety of people in a short while. Due to limited space on the truck, the collection of clothes may have to be limited too. However, that can work well for your business, as customers would like to buy clothes as soon as you drop by in their vicinity to make sure they don’t miss out on it the next time the truck comes around which means higher sales in a short while.
  6. 6. 4. Takeout Joint – a food business requires a small kitchen, a little cash counter and may be a little area for the chef and assistants to relax for a while. Americans love fast food and a mobile food joint can be just the right thing for new chefs to get out, prepare delicious and mouthwatering meals for the public.
  7. 7. 5. Clinics – Mobile clinics can not only be profitable, but a businesses that is socially responsible too. A clinic in a truck can be useful for remote areas that do not have healthcare clinics at close distances. These mobile clinics can provide medical services to communities located in far off areas from the city.
  8. 8. Choosing the right truck is one of the most vital things that you need to consider to start a mobile business. Good quality trucks usually are durable, weatherproof, insulated, fire resistant and pest resistant. Whether you rent or buy a new or used truck for your mobile business, make sure you choose one that is made by any of the top truck manufacturing brands. It’s also a wise to look for dealers that offer used trucks for sale, so you can easily save quite a few bucks on the truck purchase. For more details feels free to visit – http://www.anjerinc.com/rentals/container.htm