Food Tour Business: How to Create Your Own Culinary Tour
What you'll learn
- Know how much you can make in your own food tour business
- Know the different kinds of tours and how to choose your own
- Make key connections with food operators
- How to create a winning brochure that drives more business
- How to price your food tour
- How to get your very first food tour guest
- How to scale up so you can be the business owner
- How to find good people to be your tour guides
- How to get started online to send new business your way
- Students will need to have a basic understanding of business and also enjoy meeting people
JOIN THE FOODIE REVOLUTION - START YOUR OWN FOOD TOUR TODAY!
You can make money with literally no previous experience, no start up money needed, and you can get started on it today! And you can do it anywhere in the world you want!
You will need to have a sincere love of meeting and hosting people as well as tasting and sharing various foods.
The best part of this all is that you can grow this into whatever size business you wish and have other tour guides do all the work for you!
One of the biggest benefits to owning a food tour business is that you can work and live literally anywhere in the world
If you wish, you can relocate to your dream city and start a food tour with nothing but a little hustle and be well on your way to creating a successful business.
Or maybe you prefer to keep it close to home. Having your own culinary tour is a great way to make a great living while working from home (or from your favorite eateries!)
This course is taught by two people who both live what they teach. Both instructors own their own lifestyle businesses and make great incomes while working only a few hours a week.
Emily has a culinary background and created multiple tours and hired tour guides to run the daily tours.
Sean created his business over 5 years ago and now makes a great living, is traveling world (currently in Europe), and works about 10 hours a week.
Together, we'll share our business and food tour expertise with you to get started quickly.
Real World Experience
This course will answer questions like:
What is a food tour business?
How do I start a food tour business?
What kind of food tour is the best to start?
How much can I make?
What should I include on my food tours?
How can I find other tour guides to do the daily tours?
How do I price my food tour?
How do I choose which restaurants & food operators to include on the tour?
All these questions and more!
The best part - when you join the course, you get to ask us any questions you want!
We'll help you with any questions that may come up when starting our own business. This is an interactive course and we'll be adding more content as we go along.
Get Started Today!
Just hit the "Take This Course" button today and enroll in the course. We look forward to helping you create your own profitable food tour business!
Who this course is for:
- This course is great for stay-at-home moms or dads, entrepreneurs, or anyone who wants to start a home-based, flexible business offering good tours
From Laid Off to Living the Dream
In 2010, I walked in the front door of my Orange County, California home after getting laid off from what would be my last job ever. When my wife saw the box full of stuff from my office, she instantly knew what happened. Together, we decided to do something crazy – we sold everything we owned, started a lifestyle business, and set out to live our dream life. Long story short - it's been more amazing than we ever hoped it would be.
A natural entrepreneur, and backed by a decade of marketing knowledge, I worked at first with locally based businesses to grow their revenue by marketing online. Because the company was entirely internet-based, it gave us a ridiculous amount of freedom and the ability to visit places we had always wanted to see.
Laptop Lifestyle and Digital Entrepreneurship
I'm a huge fan of lifestyle design and I actually live it! Together with my wife & 3 children, we've lived in Cozumel, Mexico, Edinburgh, Scotland, Spain, and more. I run my business from my laptop from literally anywhere with an internet connection. While becoming a lifestyle entrepreneur isn't right for everyone, I deeply believe that life should be more than commuting, cubicles, and weekend trips to Costco. I love helping people figure out what they deep down want. Money is usually the first challenge, so we start there by creating viable sources of income.
I've been published in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Reboot Your Life and Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings. I also blog at Family Rocketship – a place for 20-, 30-, & 40-somethings to learn how to create a lifestyle business that allows more time for family, friends, & adventure.
Creating a Lifestyle Business & Being a Lifestyle Entrepreneur
My biggest passion is helping as many people as possible who desperately want to break free of the 9-5 and do “something cool" but just need the know-how. This passion stems from my own "wandering in the wilderness" for so long. After doing a lot of work to get where I am, I create stuff that I myself would have loved to have had a long time ago.
I was not always an island dweller and not always a chef (professionally speaking). I was brought up in the United States, primarily in New Jersey, and earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Lafayette College. Following college, I went straight into a corporate environment and worked in management.
During this time, I spent many evenings after work dabbling in cookbooks, watching Top Chef and spending much of my income dining out. I realized that food was not just three square meals a day; it was a way of life and the thought “What am I going to eat next?" was always on my mind. I decided to follow this calling and enrolled in culinary school at the French Culinary Institute in New York City.
I am now a classically trained French Chef who has apprenticed at a number of French and New American restaurants in New York and New Jersey. In 2010 I moved to Cozumel, Mexico where I started a private chef business that has evolved into a "culinary experience business" that hosts a variety of cooking classes, food tours and other related culinary services. Engineer - Chef - Entrepreneur.
Bon appétit ! ¡Buen apetito!