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Candy Store Packages
Candy Store Packages
This Candy Store Package category is just what you need when you are shopping for the right exhibiting stands and retail racks along with the perfect candy to sell within these display fixtures. There are many variations and combinations to select from, however, one-stop-shopping saves you from stressing, time and money plus everything is included so all you have to do is set it up. A quick and easy start up plan is choosing the Must Have Package. This store item comes with a cash register, a spiral gumball machine that's ideal for impulse purchases, a wooden display table and two prefilled candy racks. If you are looking to plan a candy store with a little country appeal, check out our Wooden Shelves & Scoop Bins or the Country Charm Store Package. This retail display contains two large display tables, a wooden hutch and shelves, a crate display rack, 3-tiered oval exhibiting table, round faced bins with scoops, and numerous Heritage Hills Glass Jars with lids. Just wanting to add something a little more simple? Then try out our revolving wire rack already filled with delicious candies, our rock crystal display bin and rack with the rock crystal candy or go a little bigger with our candy display rack and 418 pounds of top-selling candy. Possibilities are endless when you select a package deal. Going with wholesale bulk foods, check out our showcasing kits that best fit your needs.
Just like the phrase, "a kid in a candy store",
is exciting and tasty. But like all retail business, it has to be well thought out in advance. A good plan of action, like your business plan, is the road-map to your success. These complete retail packages can have you up and selling in no time. Whether you're a little bit country or want a modern, chic appeal, we have the business side of the candy plan for you.
Key points to a successful business:
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Candy Store Must Have Package
18 ft Wood Candy Cabinet Polycarbonate Bins 3 sections
Wooden Candy Cabinet With Poly-carbonate Scoop Bins
Divided Bins Candy Rack With Top 40 Candy
Country Charm Store Package
Small Candy Store Starter Package - 400sq ft
30 Bucket Revolving Rack - Pre-Filled
MID Rock Crystal 9-Bin Filled Display Rack
Bulkshop Shelf System
BulkShop Solutions Kit - A
BulkShop Solutions Kit - B
BulkShop Solutions Kit - C
BulkShop Solutions Kit - D
Candy Display Rack And Bulk Candy Package
Candy Rack And Top Selling Gummi Candy
Candy Rack Display And Top Wholesale Candy
Black Star Candy Rack And 24 Wholesale Candies
Before your start ordering your candy, there are a couple things you need to do first. The most important is developing your budget. If you plan to finance any part of your start up business, either with your personal credit cards, a small business loan, or borrowing from a family/friend, you need to have an idea of what it will cost.
. Your Location is going to be one of your biggest decisions. Consider walking traffic versus drive-by traffic. The average candy sale is under $10, therefore you will need a number of sales per day to cover your expenses. Walk-in traffic is more likely to drive your sales, than drive-by. Figure at least 6 months of rent in your initial budget. Your hope is that your sales cover your expenses right out of the gate, but you never know what economic disaster may occur.
. There are two schools of thought: hiring a designer/contractor or do-it-yourself. If you planned to do your own build out, you can realize a great cost savings. Use paint/color as the major design element, you can make a big impact without a lot of upfront costs. Consider a neutral color for the walls, and use the colors of your product to make the impact. Here is an idea: hire an art student to do murals, you can get a newspaper to do a story on your store using art students to create visual impact in the city. Free advertising and you benefit from the results!
. Ideally you want a store with roughly 500-1,000 sq ft of retail space. Consider where your door is located and where you want your register placed from there. If you want isles of gondolas, you may consider the height of those running through the store for visibility. Think about how you want your customer to move around the store. Do you want them to wander the perimeter of the store, or zig-zag. This is important, because you will determine the best position for your checkout.
. This is a big category. Do you want walls of acrylic bins, with mounted slatwall? Do you want professionally designed candy racks? Do you want shelving or tables with candy displays? Plan a majority of your budget in this area. How you display your candy will make an impact on your sales. If you are planning to sell a mix of bulk candy and wrapped, consider acrylic bins with a mix of display units for the wrapped candy. If you want to display your candy in a more old fashion style, try wooden barrels and displays.
. You will also need a cash wrap, or place for the cash register and checkout. That could be a purchased unit, or one you make, if you have experience. Don't forget to consider your equipment. Generic Cash Register or POS (point of sale) systems can range in price from $200 up to $15,000. How much work do you want to do in your set up and in maintaining your inventory. Most electronic cash registers are capable of providing daily sales reports, whereas, sophisticated POS systems breakdown all areas of your sales and inventory and even manage your accounting and payroll. If you plan on a POS system, invest in a good computer system with battery backup surge protectors.
. Plan 1/3 of your budget for your initial inventory. Evaluate the types of candy you want to carry, along with the theme of your store. If you are going for an old-fashioned type candy store, you will want to consider carrying Nostalgic type candy. If you want a more modern feel, the most popular candy is where you want to invest.
. Don't forget to set up credit card processing. You'd be surprised how many customers will buy a small amount of candy and put it on a debit/credit card. A good place to start is with your bank.
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