• I know nothing about these things. ...but I'd probably start with some little local deli or similar kind of shop. I'd ask them to try selling some, and see how they went.
    • aranadsagency021
  • start around the neighborhood. Do a simple 'leave your number at people's door' thing. Also do a lemonade stand but with your baked items, advertise it two to three days ahead of time around the houses. You can either charge for them or not. When that becomes a steady flow, visit your local small resturants that doen't already sell baked goods. Pitch your small buisness to them and ask if you could sell your items there or if they would like to buy and sell them. Pricing the items right is always tricky. First you want to make sure your recipe has all 'by hand' ingredients and is perfected. Then figured out how much it cost to make the recipe, adding time and effort with 25-50cents for every item. Then add another 25 cents or so for a profit. Be careful though, you don't want to over price. Also Go to Michaels and look around for ways to wrap and decorate the goods.
  • First check into your zoning laws and health code requirements because it is illegal in most locales now to do any cooking or baking for other people in your own home, unless it's done in a kitchen set up only for commercial use and up to code.
  • the best way for these is word-of-mouth. you got to sell first your cookies to your neighbors and friends or give samples to your children's peers. if the cookies you baked are really good, then that's it you will make it sold
  • Good way of marketing nowadays you can do by making a website of your business of cakes and cookies and provide all the information regarding your business. Then you can hire a good Digital marketing team so that they will help you to make your business expand and you can see the change when you will receive a huge customer.
  • Getting a license!
  • TIP: Be sure you get product liability insurance. If someone gets sick from your products, they can own your house and bank accounts.
  • Do you need baking equipment that your state approves?

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