Follow my advice to start a restaurant business in Amsterdam
Are you planning an investment in food and wine scene?
Amsterdam represents in the food and wine scene a market of great charm and potential for qualified investors. However, when approaching a foreign market, it is advisable to know exactly all the variables that will determine the success of the project. In this first phase, small mistakes of assessment will result in incontrovertible failures in the medium to long term.
In other words, it is necessary to rely on people who live and breathe that market every day.
We therefore provide three types of advice in relation to your needs
In this phase all contacts will also be provided in relation to professionals who will be involved in the sale and opening of the new company (lawyers, accountants, etc.) in addition to those necessary to carry out the activity itself (any designers, suppliers, importers, etc…).
Preliminary meeting in person (or whatsapp phone / Skype call if otherwise not possible) of about an hour in which an overview will be presented of the catering market in town (the best areas to invest, trends, average rent prices and purchase licenses), an overview of all the economical-juridical-bureaucratic-logistical aspects crucial for the investment.
Operational support for the launch of the activity (personnel research and training, drafting of food / wine menu, raw materials purchase, implementation of marketing strategies, management of the activity with qualified personnel).
Hi, I'm Marco Boldrini
The balance between passion and experience
Promoter, Advisor and International Trainer for entrepreneurs in the restaurant and oenology sector.
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