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Let’s dig into the modular kitchen model a little bit more. You’ll want to choose the most of the kitchen model. If you’re just getting started, you’re relatively early in your kitchen career. And if you’re operating on the sublet model, i.e., you’re providing spaces for third parties, once you’ve got your modular setup down, you can repeat that over and over again. And you can repeat the process for finding new tenants, etc.. It’s a very good business model to go after. It gives you the opportunity to have a nationwide reach on a budget. All of these locations that you’re going to be looking for are repeatable around the country and in various other places. And once you get that process down again, as I said, you can repeat it over and over and over again. So much a kitchen. It’s very flexible. It’s essentially they’re also called temporary kitchens or they’re not temporary. These are shipping containers that are specifically specked out and built out as kitchens full of the necessary equipment, ranges, refrigerators, freezers, washbasins, et cetera. Everything you can think of an entire kitchen in a box, in essence. And because they are made in shipping containers, then they’re very easy to be delivered to any location. These companies can, as long as they can drive a truck with this thing on the back up to the given location. They can drop it often plummeted. And where you go. So the key thing here is to find the ideal locations for these types of much of the kitchens. They do require connexions to utilities, particularly electricity and water and sewage. Gas can be optional. You can run gas off of gas canisters, gas burners. But if there is a gas connexion, then obviously that’s helpful. That’s going to be one restriction about the kind of locations you can look for. But there’s nothing to stop me negotiating with the people that you’re talking to to get access to these kind of utilities. You can always find a local opportunity for placing these things. You do bear in mind, though, that the centre of major cities is already pretty well served with existing restaurants, things like that. You’re unlikely to find supercheap places where you can place these kind of things. So when you’re searching around for locations for your modular kitchen, you want to be looking for areas which are not the centre of the most densely populated areas. Essentially, you’re looking for unmet demand, places where if a restaurant were available and serving on one of these apps, then people would be more than happy to to buy the food. It’s just that they can’t because no one is currently offering it great. Placing Beyer’s in suburbs around the outside of towns and cities placed in secondary towns and cities are not the major capitals in places like that, but secondary towns, secondary cities, areas which have sort of lower density, but residential areas. Again, suburb equivalence, a classic one would be commute to towns. If there are places where around large cities where a lot of people live and then travel into the city for work but come back out, then setting up in those areas. Oftentimes people come home from work late. They’ll want to order something in. You can be the person to provide the.
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