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vendingVending Machine Business is very profitable as you can see in the video. The question is how does one get into the business and create revenues as seen in the video?

This question has many answers so let us start with the type of vending you are seeing results for in the video. This type of business is the most affordable for people to start and the business is called bulk vending.

What I like about bulk vending is this, the startup costs are extremely low, the return on investment is fantastic, and the amount of maintenance required to sustain a consistent cash flow is very low. Plus, everyone loves the candy man!

The goal of the prospective vendor would be to buy a few machines, find places to place them and build your business into a profitable route so you can get the results as seen in the video.

WARNING: Like any business it is not for the faint of heart. If you are a lazy person and not willing to do what it takes to be profitable you will fail, period.

So with that out of the way let us look at the first thing you want to do before you go out and purchase anything. These are the steps to get started:

  1. First you need to survey your potential area. Look for businesses that have a high traffic of people. What types of customers are going to these businesses? Are they men, women, parents with children (great prospects), teenagers, or a mix. Your goal is to find businesses with a high traffic area that is mostly parents with children or teenagers. This type of client is the most desirable because your bulk vending will consist of mainly candy and gum, if you target a busy bar then you would vend peanuts and chocolate covered items. Got It?
  2. Once you have a establishment in mind you have to know what type of machine you want to place, an example would be a single pole single head machine, or single pole with two or three heads that would vend two or three different products.
  3. OK, you know what type of machine you want to place at this establishment, the next step would be to meet the business owner and ask them for permission to place a machine in there establishment for a piece of the action. This is a negotiation; you first would start out with something like a flat fee like $5 or $10 every time you service the machines. Most of the time they will want a percentage and the customary amount is 15 to 30 percent of the gross sales. Be mindful of the cost of product verses sales minus commission to the owner. You want to make a sizable profit right?

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