Mobile bars are popping up across the county, so learn how to build your own mobile bar business from scratch. These trendy bar spaces are great to be hired for private events, bar rentals, or serve at community gatherings like farmer's markets or food truck rallies.
Before you begin, this course is designed for those seriously interested in starting a mobile bar business. Owning a mobile bar is as challenging as it is rewarding.
It covers the beginning steps to set up your business, licenses and permits needed, dry hire, taxes and legal requirements, finding a trailer and renovation, investment and financing, additional expenses, marketing on a budget and target demographics, pricing, and lessons learned. It'll also discuss time requirements, type of events to work, hiring staff, how to turn this into a full-time job, banking, weighting opportunity cost, sweat equity.
Please note that alcohol and tax laws, regulations and expenses vary by state, so you will be required to do your own research throughout this course to build into your business plan. There will be assignments that you will need to complete along the way, all to help propel you into the next section.
I am not a legal, tax or accounting professional. Any advice should be directed to that individual so they can provide you the best information that is specific to your state.