Is Kitchen for Rent a good idea for a business?
I have an idea for a kitchen for rent, this could help out caterers that need a place to cook instead of their own homes. I could also use it for my own catering business, is that a good idea in this economy?
This is a great business idea! You can rent out your kitchen on a short term basis as and when possible to different people who are in need.
You can do your catering business and then once you finish your work you can give it out for rent.
Websites like myrsa.in is a platform that provides short term rental basis of spaces that can generate you an extra income.
Best of luck with your plans!
I think it could be a great idea. We work with several small businesses who have a product line that does not require a full time kitchen but need a dedicated and professional setting. For a fee they get the use of a kitchen without the headaches other than cleaning after themselves. My company caters to the owner to maintain the kitchen cleanliness and functionality, less the appliances, and we work with the small business in presentation, staging and clean up of any event. The fee charged with those we work with include use, clean up and maintenance. Most small business don't mind paying a bit more for a well stocked kitchen that is clean and can readily pass inspections.
In my town, the Kitchen for Rent is used by food businesses since it is Certified and that is a requirement to sell food in our U.S. state. Perhaps you can expand your idea to small-scale manufacturing for food entrepreneurs.
I think it could be if the customers could find some sort of saving, (time and/or money). Not to be too negative, but why would I transport the food to your kitchen, then to the location I am catering to,(plus pay your rent) instead of cooking it at my place then transporting it? Of course IF you have something in kitchen that I don't have that would make the job faster, easier, or better in someway, that could be a big selling point.