fbpx

By

Sanne Claudine Born
Getting into a business partnership can be the best decision you will ever make, and it might also be the worst. Should you get a business partner for your juice bar? Of course there is no black and white answer to this question. There are however a few different questions and ideas you will want...
Read More
If you want to have a successful juice bar you need to put yourself in the mindset of a business owner. I have seen people fail many times thinking that their passion for juice would carry them through to success.
Read More
Before I opened my first brick and mortar location in Los Angeles I got started with a juice truck. I won’t say that you should do this as well, because there are a ton challenges with beverage service from a juice truck. There are many things you might not have thought of which I outline...
Read More
In my experience with owning two juice bars in Los Angeles I found that there were a few key documents I had to create that ended up making my life a lot easier. Things like employee manuals, opening, closing and transition checklists, and employee training guides are vital to the success of your business.
Read More
When I was first starting my juice bar business I absolutely did not want to hear this and it is that you need a mentor. You need someone who has gone through this process and can guide you through the potential challenges. That doesn’t mean it has to be me, although I do make myself...
Read More
The fact is that from the juice franchises I’ve looked at, none of them are even close to the standards that I held my juice bar, and more importantly where the industry standard is moving toward.
Read More
If you don’t know how much money you’re making or losing, then you don’t really know your business. Your juice bar profit and loss statement is key to knowing your numbers. I say that because I have seen new business owners make this mistake so many times.
Read More
You might think you’re in the juice business when you open a juice bar, but you’re actually in the smoothie business. Statistically, and in my experience as well, on average 60% of your sales will come from smoothies. If you haven’t thought about including smoothies on your menu, you definitely should.
Read More
1 2
LET'S START NOWCONTACT US