It costs a lot of money to start a business and build a store. Today, however, the "mobile economy," which primarily consists of food trucks, has gained popularity. You can start a business and expand your brand as long as you own a food truck, which can be driven anywhere. Mobile vending stalls only cost one-tenth of the price of stores, which require at least one million in decorating, equipment, and rent, said one stall owner.
A vendor of a breakfast truck claimed that even if there isn't a store, the cost is still considerably less, and he spent approximately NT$400,000 to finish it. Additionally, there are shops that produce hand-knitted wool; these vendors park their automobiles on the street and set up shop there. However, the position and frequency of the stalls will also have an impact on their income. Due of the difficulty of working full-time jobs, some individuals opt to work part-time. Without incurring significant expenditures, a compact detachable food truck may be built for more than NT$10,000.
Young businesspeople have an inexpensive option thanks to portable vending trucks.Photo reproduced from Pixabay
The owners of mobile vending stalls said that many recent college graduates and college students wish to run mobile vending stalls part-time. There are also young women who set up stalls through food trucks since they can't work full-time jobs because their kids are still too little. However, the owners of mobile vending stalls also remind them that while expenses have decreased for food truck sellers, establishing a business is still risky, so if you want to do it, you must be well prepared.