FINANCIAL INPUT TO START A NEW BUSINESS
Initial Investment * : ₹5,00,000
Gross Profit Margin: 60%
Turnover to Break Even: ₹16,00,000
Workplace Requirement: 350 sq.ft.
Typical Time Required to Breakeven: 12 months
Number of staff: 2
|Running Expenses||Per Month||Annually|
|Staff Cost (2 staff)||₹15,000||₹1,80,000|
|Advertisement & Marketing||₹10,000||₹1,20,000|
|Total Running Expenses||₹76,500||₹9,18,000|
*Initial Investment Breakup:
Ovens, Mixtures, Equipments : ₹2,00,000
Furniture & LIcenses : ₹50,000
Deposit for rental place : ₹1,80,000
Branding & Working Capital : ₹70,000
Delivery charges @ 150 per delivery. 30 deliveries assumed per month. This kind of business is not run out of home but from a rented place. It serves corporate, sweet shops, restaurants and also individual orders. This card has been created keeping in mind the requirements in metros and premium areas in tier 2 cities. These numbers have been obtained by interviewing a business owner based in Mumbai. Your numbers may vary based on your location and other factors. If you want to start a bakery business, you can also talk to an experienced cake seller. Simply scroll below to schedule your call.
Talk with Business Owners
Schedule a one-on-one call with business owners. Over a 1-hour call, have all your pressing questions answered before starting your business. Know the common mistakes you must avoid, understand current market trends and discuss customer acquisition strategies that you could adopt.
Business Owner : Aarushi Shah
Aarushi @ Mumbai runs a bakery business under the brand name Box of Treats.
Box of Treats provides a wide range of desserts, cakes, cupcakes, tarts, brownies, cookies, waffles, cake pops, dessert table etc.
A graduate in mass media by qualification, Aarushi runs a bakery workshop in south Mumbai and supplies cakes and confectionary products to corporate, sweet shops, restaurants and individuals.
Next Availability :
Thursday, 11-Aug-22 Between 5-6 PM
Saturday, 13-Aug-22 Between 5-6 PM
Tuesday, 16-Aug-22 Between 5-6 PM
Per call charge :