Update on Zoning and Recording during Covid-19
As of today, Chicago zoning certifications are taking anywhere from 2-4 weeks to be received from the City. Documents in Cook County seem to be taking at least 35 business days to show up recorded. The Cook County Recorder’s office has indicated that their employees will be working weekends to clear the backlog. Unfortunately, these kinds of governmental delays have become commonplace during and possibly as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
We open a popcorn business. From production to product sales. Popcorn does not need advertising, it is adored by both children and adults. After all, you can rarely imagine going to the cinema or to an amusement park without popcorn side business or cotton candy. Children simply adore these dishes, and parents buy them with pleasure. In this article, we will look at a business plan for opening a popcorn outlet, you will learn how to choose raw materials, equipment and where is the best place to start a trade. But not everything is as rosy as it would seem at first glance. There are a number of reasons that generate huge competition in this sector: business simplicity minimum investment in equipment popcorn popularity business mobility no special skills required. All these factors, at the same time, discourage newcomers who do not want to constantly compete and improve their business. Popcorn is often sold as an additional service to an existing business, for example, in a cinema, or near children’s playgrounds. In this article, we’ll take a look at the most seasonal activity, street popcorn vending.
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