6. You’ll be part of a trend that doesn’t show any signs of slowing down.
Street food has already established itself in most of the UK’s biggest cities and the revolution is still growing. Some of the UK’s most popular eating hang-outs are street food markets these days.
7. The rents are reasonably low.
Rents for pitches at street food markets tend to be £30-£100 plus a percentage of takings per day. You shouldn’t break the bank with this approach as this sort of low investment rent is low risk.
8. You’ll get the opportunity for private work.
A combination of street food events and social media means that customers can find the perfect food for their private do’s these days. Established traders do several gigs a year.
9. You don’t get stuck.
Whether it’s tweaking a menu or altering where you work, changing things up is always doable. And if street food isn’t for you? You can simply recoup most of your small investment by selling up.
10. You can get plenty of help from the experts.
NCASS has been overseeing and aiding the street food trade since the start. We’ll give you pretty much everything you need to start up your street food business for a comparatively miniscule fee.