Never Start a Food Truck Without the “Big 3″
No mobile food truck business succeeds without a great chef, great locations to operate from and a great concept. All of these points should work together.
Your locations should be where you can find your preferred customer demographic which fit into your concept. Your chef, or kitchen staff must fit your concept, otherwise you’ll constantly deal with the most common word in the food business: Drama.
Some mobile entrepreneurs will say, “Well, location doesn’t matter because I’m going rule social media which will allow me to create a destination food truck business.” The fact is that these owners say that when they don’t have access to good parking locations.
Accessibility is everything. The more accessible you can make your food truck, both in terms of location and in a broader sense, the greater your chances of success. Look at the most successful food trucks across the country: They’re the most accessible in terms of location, brand, and price point. These food truck owners have booming businesses because they’re incredibly accessible on all levels.