Due to the increasingly mobile and hectic lifestyle we have, many businesses are becoming smaller and more mobile. A surprising variety of businesses that help in our day to day life are now mobile and therefore easily accessible to its customers.These are cornerstones in making any business a success. So here is a list of some businesses that have found success on wheels.
The Ever Famous Food Truck
We all saw Jon Favreu’s Chef that made us fall in love with food trucks, mojos and cubanos. The food truck is the definition of business on wheels. A food truck will have work tops, a stove and a freezer that churns out food as fast as you can pay for it. The earlier food trucks had easy- to- make sandwiches and submarines, but food trucks today even dish out lasagne and spaghetti. If we can ask it, they can make it.
Salons on Wheels
There are so many events going on that we don’t have time to go to a salon all the time to get our look on. That’s why mobile hair and makeup is available on salons that travel – specifically, it will be a couple of stylists in a vehicle who come to wherever you want them.
If it’s a fashion shot and you need mobile hair and makeup Melbourne to set up in a flower garden, they will be there. If it’s a wedding and your retinue is too large to fit into a small salon or you have multiple locations, a mobile crew will follow you and make you fabulous.
The Maintenance Truck
This is now a significant part of the garage’s business. Back in the day, a maintenance truck was dispatched by an auto garage to patch up the broken down vehicle just enough for it to make it to the next garage and then get a complete overhaul. Today, a maintenance truck stocks most of the tools and equipment necessary for most common breakdowns such as a busted valve. This way, they can provide efficient service, save money for the customer and increase the chance of customer retention.
Fashion Knock- Offs
New York’s Canal Street is famous worldwide for its knock- offs of famous fashion brands. Unfortunately, not all of us can go to Canal Street, which is why we buy knock- offs from the moving vendors who come around once in a while and make a killing. There are plenty of vans and other vehicles that sell to young people from the backs of the vehicles and this gives everyone a chance to pretend at fashion power brands for at least a little while.
The Jingly Ice Cream Van
No one has ever sold as much as the ice cream man. Whether it’s an ice cream cart, van or bicycle, the ice cream man is possibly the most underrated business on wheels on the street. On a hot day, ice cream men/ women often run out of product as they have mastered the technique of bringing the product to the doorstep of the customer: ice cream vans can inevitably found near schools at closing time and children’s parks to the delight of many a child.