Good day After doing plenty of research on the topic, I believe that I am finally ready to pursue my business idea of doing errands for others around my city. I have read many success stories from states all over the country,and am feeling pretty good about the idea. As far as I know, there is noother market similar to this in my area, so it seems virtually untapped.Before I jump in headfirst, I would love to hear any feedback from the people of this cafe. Thank you in advance!Sincerely,The Errand Boy.
HiI think I heard of something similar that was being done in Scotland, and I think they also gave people rides to places.I would think that this idea would go over very well with seniors and those with medical/mobility issues. Having someone take care of things for them and fetch things, etc., can be a big help. I agree. You need liability insurance. I'd speak to an insurance agent and find out any/all coverage you need to make sure you're covered. But I do think there would be serious demand for this.
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yes this is a great idea. There are a few of these types of businesses in my area and they are always busy.
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Anna, thank you for your information.Could you tell me what types of things they do, or maybe even how they have advertised?
Thank you all for your responses.I agree that transporting people would be a great asset, but I think I will get to that only if the rest of the business starts off strong.Following the liability insurance, does anyone know of any other type of paperwork that may need to be done?
Hey I'm wondering if you have started your business yet? I have been looking into doing the same thing except more focused on the food industry and I'm curious as to how things have started for u and if you've hit any road blocks? Thanks.
Some examples of what the 2 businesses in my area with which I am familiar:dog walkingrunning errandsgrocery shoppingmailing packages/trips to the post office