Renting Commercial Kitchen Space

Business By efatrie

efatrie Posted 4 Aug 2015 , 12:37am
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I am relatively new to baking and cake decorating. In fact I just took my first cake frosting lesson last year, and started making cakes only in Dec 2014.


Thankfully business picked up really well, mostly from friends and word of mouth - which is legal in the country I am living in. I have rejected some orders because the pace is moving too fast for me (I have a 2 year old toddler). However I also find it difficult to "expand" and profit more from baking, unless I venture out and look into renting commercial kitchen space in kitchen incubators (where I can legally employ assistant).


I am not sure if I am making the move too quickly, because I am rather tired out making the cakes myself. I make both fondant and buttercream cakes. Are there any tips to maximise usage of such hourly kitchen space rental?

Thanks.

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