Where there are people, there is business and opportunities. Today, I will simply go with you to learn about the business in the community. With the gradual acceleration of urbanization in China, more and more people come to the city to buy houses and text message service gather in one neighborhood after another. According to the National Community Data Report of AutoNavi Map in 2016, there are more than 300,000 communities in the country, including more than 7,000 communities in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. In Beijing's Tiantongyuan, 600,000 people go out every day. As a community with the most concentrated population and serving the last mile, it has always been a battleground for businesses. Today, I will simply go with you to learn about the business in the community. Since there are many businesses involved, this article is just a general overview, and I will share with you some of the situations
I have seen and experienced, and will carry out detailed analysis for each business field in the future. 1. Catering People take food as their priority, text message service and the 3.5 trillion catering market is naturally very lively. Among them, the Chinese fast food market: 240 billion yuan; Chinese small restaurants: 180 billion; street restaurants and food streets: 180 billion. Specifically, noodles and flour are: 150 billion; porridge points: 30 billion; dumplings and wontons: 30 billion. For the community, if it is not in a prosperous commercial area, the restaurants around the community are mainly convenient and fast. (1) Breakfast As the first meal of the day, the breakfast downstairs in the community mainly consists of steamed buns (1.5-5 yuan), fried dough sticks, soy milk, fried dumplings, and sauce-flavored cakes.
Shandong pancakes. I once talked to a young man who sells Shandong pancakes. His family of three sells pancakes in Hangzhou. The three places text message service take turns in the morning, noon and evening. The daily sales of single bicycles start at 100, so the monthly income of the pancake brother is not a dream. . (2) Fast food Shaxian Snacks, Braised Chicken, Lanzhou Ramen, Dumpling Shop, Mala Tang are the five tigers in community dining, and the price is mainly between 10-20 yuan. These stores mainly serve those young people who are not married (single, young couples, and neutered couples), and most of the real families buy food and cook, and go to restaurants on weekends. (3) supper Most of the night snacks in the neighborhood are mobile vendors. Fried rice noodles, fried rice, pancakes and other products within 15 yuan are best-sellers, and it is now relatively rare to meet the needs of night snacks such as barbecue. (4) Restaurant (cooked dish) The core of a community that can cook vegetables and open