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Vending Tips - General

When considering going into the Vending Business and becoming an Operator, newcomers must consider three very important points when intending to place a Vending machine on a site.
Namely:

  1. Location
  2. Location
  3. Location
The potential site needs to be thoroughly examined to determine its’ viability.
Although there are no hard and fast rules the following very basic guideline can be used.
  • Approximately 10% of all the people on a site will use a vending machine. These clients will not necessarily only buy one item, such as a can of a soft drink, but also a packet of crisps and maybe even a chocolate... generating 3 sales.
  • Thus a site of 100 people may generate anything from 10 to 30 sales per day. This once again is not a hard and fast rule. There may and will be sites with 50 people that generate 100 sales per day, while there may be sites with 200 people that only generate 30 sales per day.
  • These differences may explained by looking at the demographics of the earnings or income of the customer base (and the availability of similar products or services in the vicinity e.g. a canteen or forecourt shop or shopping centre).

Another very important aspect to consider is where the Vending Machine will be sited so that it’s easily accessible (visible for sales and security reasons) and secure.

As a vending operator you must provide a service and the right product range that your clientele for that location wants and needs.
Machines must be fully stocked, regularly visited, technically serviced and cleaned.


Be aware of some of the “sales talk” advertisements that could be found....
"Part Time Business",
"Work only 1 or 2 days a week",
"Work in your spare time and make a fortune"
"Spare Time Income, No Selling"
"An automatic vending machine that does it all for you"
"Your silent salesman that works when you play"
"A vending machine that sells on your behalf and you do not even have to be there"
"Do very little and pay your machine back within a year"

Of course some advertisements setting these terms out are genuine opportunities, but some maybe not. Check them out thoroughly.

Some advertisers state that they are very selective in their appointment of "suitable applicants", they can supply "easy finance" and find you "lucrative sites", etc.
Once again check this out thoroughly.

What is also important is
Always Deal with a VASA member!

All VASA members subscribe to VASA’s Constitution, Customer Charter and Code of Ethics.

For any further questions please do not hesitate to contact VASA.
 


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