Start a Coffee Shop in 30 Easy Steps
How To Start a Coffee Shop
(30 Smart Tips of the Retail Coffee Trade)
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All the advice you need to start a coffee shop is here. In this article, we're going to explore over two dozen tips to help get you thinking about the planning of your coffee shop!
Ultimately, we provide an incredible and unique coffee business startup kit that is unlike any other resource that you'll find out there. Listen to the expert advice of current and former coffee business professionals and coffee shop managers. This exclusive “behind the scenes” resource will give you an unprecedented view of what it's like to start your own coffee business – including the decisions, rewards, regrets, and successes in the retail coffee industry.
While it may appear to be easy, opening a cafe or coffee shop business requires a lot of insight. We hope to provide you with enough insight so that you can feel confident in opening your cafe business successfully.
The following is a list of easy-to-do tips on how to start your coffee shop business:
1. Determine If Owning a Coffee Shop is Right For You
Starting a coffee shop business can be viewed through rose-colored glasses. The idea of owning a coffee shop can be, well, “romantic.” We get it!
You may have a lot of great ideas of just how wonderful it all could be: how you would decorate the space, the poetry that will be read on weeknights to attentive crowds, or the music that will be playing as the smell of espresso fills the air … But then, the “other” reality often comes too quickly – bills, paperwork, taxes, grumpy customers, broken equipment, and baristas who don't show up for work.
Before moving forward with your coffee shop business plan, you should determine whether or not being a coffee shop owner is the right fit for you and your long term life plans. There are many reasons why a coffee shop can fail, and this element is certainly one of them: not preparing yourself (mentally, emotionally, financially) for the ownership of a coffee business.
Simply ask yourself: Is opening a coffee shop the right thing for me right now? If so, how can I start preparing myself today?
2. Get Your Personal Finances in Order
When you start any business, you will want to make sure that your personal finances are in order. The investment and risk you take shouldn’t put your livelihood at risk.
In other words, you shouldn’t bet the family farm when it comes to your coffee shop venture. You will want to make sure you have enough cash flow to keep the lights on at home, pay for your basic living expenses, feed your family, etc. Understand where and when you will need to draw the financial line. I’ve known several seemingly smart coffee entrepreneurs who have racked up tons of personal debt to finance their coffee shop.
One way to avoid this scenario is by having a coffee shop business plan that will help you determine just how much money you will need to start your business. Begin to plan out how you will separate your money into two different categories: one for your personal needs and the other is for your actual business funds.
To be sure, it will take money to start a coffee shop but it will also take money to pay your phone bill, rent or mortgage, food for your family, etc. So, start creating a personal budget and a budget for your coffee shop. For additional reading, read a previous blog post, What You Need to Know Before Starting a Coffee Business.
3. Learn as much as you can about coffee
Coffee is a complex beverage. There are over 1000 flavonoids that make up the taste of coffee. Any combination of these flavonoids can alter the taste and texture of a coffee drink. Consequently, there are many, many, many roasting profiles and blends (or single origin) that are waiting to be discovered by your taste buds. (This is the fun thing about coffee!)
But when it comes to your coffee shop, which will you serve your customers?
I recommend spending some time learning about the “coffee beverage” by reading books, attending coffee events, seminars, and “coffee cuppings” or coffee tastings. Not only will you make new friends but you'll often come away with new information and you will expand your palate. If you live near a large urban area, chances are you will find some type of event where you can rub shoulders with other coffee professionals and enthusiasts.
Take advantage of local or regional coffee events. Make the effort to learn as much as you can about coffee – as a beverage, as an agricultural product, its variety of origins and the people who work so hard to deliver it. The more you know about the coffee you will be serving, the better.
4. Explore Local Coffee Roasters
You can either roast your own coffee beans – or you can select a coffee roaster who will deliver their coffee to you for your customers. Learning to roast your own coffee beans is a skill unto itself and requires tons of practice and skill development.
While roasting your own coffee beans can save you significant money, you probably already know that roasting your beans – while it will bring down your expenses in the long run – will take up much of your time and it will require extra capital, including money for a coffee roaster, equipment installation, and administrative effort to coordinate purchases and deliveries. You may also have to hire additional staff.
Still, you will want to explore local coffee roasters for your coffee business. Having well-roasted local beans will be important to the experience your coffee customers receive. Start exploring local roasters early in the process of starting your coffee shop business. Not only will it be fun and interesting, but worth it as you begin to see what kind of coffee is out there for you to serve to your customers.
Don't know where to start? How about trying a local coffee roaster whose coffee is already served at your local indie coffee shop? Drop by your local coffee shop, find out what they are serving. Buy a bag, and visit the coffee roaster.
If they don't have a location of their own (many do not), chances are they have a website with an email or number – call them and make an appointment to visit with them. Tell them that you are interested in opening up a coffee shop, that you like their coffee, and that you would like to come in to try their coffee. Many coffee roasters will offer a free “coffee cupping” for you to sample their coffee.
5. Start Your Coffee Business Plan
(Use Our Template to Help Get Started!)
If you start a coffee shop business, you will want start your business plan early. The act of writing out your thoughts and ideas in a cohesive and comprehensive manner – in a coffee shop business plan – will immediately help you get your coffee shop started.
Writing a business plan is not just busy work! You will need to show your business plan to your investors or, at the very least, your property manager. Having a business plan will also help you to figure out your coffee shop budget – and a number of other essential items important to your success. Having a coffee shop business plan will also minimize your risk of ultimately starting a failing coffee business.
Save time with your business plan: Our coffee shop startup kit provides you with an easy-to-use business plan template to help you get started right away. By following our coffee shop business plan template, you will be on your way to getting the help you need to start your coffee shop business planning in less than half the time.
For many of us, getting motivated to start a business plan for our coffee shop is a lot like going for a jog at 4:30 am – it sounds like a great idea, but who really wants to do it? Only the motivated! But you can and should write your business plan.
Well, just so you know, we've taken the “ughhhhh!” out of writing your coffee shop business plan with our coffee business plan template. We've created a coffee shop business plan template that is easy-to-use and simply sheds hours and hours of work for you.
A coffee shop business plan can help you determine your budget for your cafe. Get started early.
6. Determine Your Coffee Business Concept
You can (and should) start developing your coffee shop business concept early and without spending any money. You should be crafting what your concept is and getting those thoughts on paper!
This is where you turn your dreams and ideas into actual concepts that are on paper. Consider detailing your business concept in your coffee shop business plan – and continue to refine it as you grow out your business to suit your budgetary realities.
Opening a coffee shop business starts with day-dreaming about your business concept. Getting your coffee business concept down on paper will help you plan your way forward and get the ball moving. So, let's get started!
7. Determine Your Coffee Shop Menu
Figuring out your menu for your coffee business will be the central to your business planning. Without it, you won't be able to determine your coffee equipment needs, your estimated budget, your space requirements, and thus, your location. Spend some time figuring out your menu. Visit potential vendors.
Explore your options, then move forward to the other important matters. While coffee (and tea) might be your central focus, other tier products will play an important role in expanding your average ticket price. Start with writing a basic list of the items you need to sell.
You already know you're going to sell coffee, so put that first on the list! Next, will you serve tea, soda, juices? What snacks will you sell? Of course, this depends on what your customer wants… so determining your menu should include what your customers want.
Many coffee business consultants and professionals won't ask you about your menu until its time for them to go home, when it should really be the first thing they ask you.
8. Explore Different Locations for Opening a Coffee Shop or Drive-Thru Stand
Your coffee shop location and subsequent lease will either maximize your potential business success – or disable it. Your coffee shop business’s location (and the terms of your lease) will play an important role in your overall bottom-line and survival.
So, as you would imagine, you need to start early with this part of your plan. Explore multiple coffee shop locations. Talk to neighboring businesses. Work on your coffee shop business plan so that you can quickly give your plan and proposal to the owner or property manager of your future location.
Make sure you take the time to count customers. Analyze existing competition and substitutes. In our coffee shop business startup kit, we offer a great discussion on your lease and location – It is highly recommend that you listen to it before you even start looking.
9. Look at the Existing Market
(Including Your Future Competitors & Substitutes)
Who are the existing competitors? What will their reaction to your business be? Who are the substitutes in your area? While you may not have direct competitors, the substitutes also play an important role at filling the needs of your customers. Substitutes can include places like IHOP or Subway – or any fast food place that serves coffee.
Examine analytically, but don’t be afraid to use your gut feeling about a specific location either. If you’re not getting a good vibe, then it may not be a good place to start a business there. Balance your gut feeling with a data-driven approach too. Therefore, you should lean hard on – or depend on the math, but trust in your gut feelings too.
Once you find several locations, you can then look at the terms of the lease, count customers, and look at whether the tax and labor laws are favorable to your business. We'll consider that in the next tip!
10. Consider your Local Laws and Regulations
The city or county you are in will determine the framework for your coffee business operations. Taxes, employment, codes, regulations can all be impacted. If you live in an urban area where many local cities and counties are smashed together (and difficult to tell where the borders are), a small change in location – from one street block to another – can dramatically impact your coffee business.
For example, one city or business district may ban certain signs from being placed on the outside of your business (yes, this happens often). I have met many businesses who have suffered simply because they were not able to let anyone know they were there – or that they were open!
Many business districts within a city can also impose additional regulations to promote a cohesive shopping experience, etc. You should just be aware of these. Your taxes can also be impacted. No doubt, some retail businesses fail to collect the right percentage of taxes only to be hit with a big expense.
Collectively, you want to look at all of these issues before setting on a specific location. For example, the city of Seattle currently charges 10.1% sales tax! They tax some business for street parking and other signs… how will these taxes impact your pricing and sales, and your bottom line.
11. Explore your Coffee Equipment Options Early
Your coffee equipment is what allows you operate your coffee shop successfully. Having a quality equipment that works when you need it to, will be imperative. Getting the right equipment for your coffee shop depends on what you are selling and what your volume of sales will be. (Therefore, you will need to calculate your estimated sales before buying your coffee equipment).
Having the wrong equipment will not only cost you more money in the short run (and long run), but will can also cost you in lost sales if your coffee equipment cannot not handle the sales you may get.
*We want to note here that our Coffee Shop Startup Kit contains an excellent hour-long discussion on coffee equipment that you will want to hear before you buy your coffee equipment.
Take away points:
Your coffee equipment choices should be based on your menu and the volume of sales (including anticipated sales growth!)
12. Determine Your Initial Startup Costs
Starting a coffee business is a significant expense. When you buy or invest in anything, you will want to know just how much it will cost before you spend any significant money.
Most of us already know this: we need to determine our startup costs before moving forward. And yet, the true question here is, “how?” How do you determine your startup costs? Start with your menu, concept, and location and then develop your budget. Developing a budget for your coffee shop is among the top ways to determine your cost. This budget will play a key role in your coffee shop business plan.
Feeling overwhelmed? We got you covered! In our Coffee Shop Startup Kit, we help you determine your startup costs by providing you the template you need to get going. If you want to start a coffee business, determining your startup costs will help you move forward.
Don't be intimidated by the numbers: When you set out to start a coffee shop, you may get “sticker shock” at the costs. Take a deep breath. Don't be intimidated. Be honest with yourself and confront the costs directly. If you have a good business plan and way to execute it, you can get the money to start your coffee business.
Still I assume that many of you reading this want hard numbers to determine the cost of a coffee shop. A coffee business can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $250,000. That's a huge spectrum in costs, right? Again, it depends on what kind of coffee business you want.
13. Determine Your Break-Even Point
It’s hard enough to start a business with knowing key benchmarks. But not having any idea of what your break-even point is, will make it that much harder for you to reaching profitability.
Determining your break-even point isn’t just about numbers, but it’s branding, service, and product offerings. This greater value per sale will help you reach your break-even point and reach profitability.
Take the time to figure out your coffee shop budget and coffee shop's break-even point. We’ve spent a lot of time creating an easy-to-follow and relevant guide that discusses these very important aspects of your business, including your budget. Our coffee shop business plan template as well as our pricing guide will help you determine your break-even point.
Read more about developing your coffee shop budget here.
14. Determine How Much You Need to Borrow, Steal, or Beg (Just kidding on the last two)
Knowing your costs, break-even point, pricing strategy, will help you lay out your financial picture. Put everything on the table. Next, determine how much you have to invest. Finally, determine how much capital you will need.
My recommendation is that you review your numbers twice, three times, and four times for good measure – then anticipate spending about 20% more. Somethings may costs more, other costs may be surprises, and yet other costs may be the result of delays. Of course, you want to minimize these as much as possible.
What you don’t want to do is fund your project 90% of the way – and fail because you could secure or plan for the last 10% of expenses. In other words, make sure you will have enough funds to reach your break-even point.
Your coffee shop business will need money to run. Having enough funds to until you reach sustainability is critical. Your business plan will help you with this but you will still need to do that leg work and critical thinking for it to work out.
15. Establish Your Business Structure (LLC)
Having a legal business structure will help protect your personal assets and help you establish important elements of your business including your business' bank account, etc. You will most likely do this in your state of residence.
It's not too difficult to fill out the paperwork and file with the appropriate agencies. But if you want help with the paperwork, you can get a service like LegalZoom to help you.
If you are intimidated by the paperwork, we recommend getting help. Either way you go, you will want to establish some type of legal entity for your coffee shop or coffee stand relatively fast so that you can be doing business “as the business” and not as an individual. This will help you protect your personal assets from any business dealings gone wrong.
16. Explore Vendors (For additional product lines, such as bagels, pastries, etc.)
This is the fun part about starting your coffee shop business. Explore the vendors you will work with. I always recommend to start looking at local business. Local business are often willing to establish local accounts with coffee shops and coffee stands. Not only will your account deliver profits for them but will help their brand awareness. Buying locally leaves a good taste in the mouths of your customers.
Additionally, buying locally may mean that your customers may already know the products you are serving and may be more apt to buy them. Nevertheless, you will want to determine what their contracts are – what are their daily, weekly, and/or monthly minimums.
Ask as may questions as you can: What is their policy for non-sales or defective products? Additionally, what will your customers want? How will you like working with the people at these companies? All these will play a part in your decision making. Start early and have fun!
17. Explore and Determine Health Department Regulations (Others)
Your local health department will be a prominent figure signing off your coffee shop or coffee stand’s readiness for business.
You should determine who your local contact will be with these your health department. Start early and determine what you need to do to meet their requirements.
Most health department agencies want you to be successful. Our coffee shop business startup kit offers an informative look at one of the nation’s busiest departments (when it comes to opening a coffee shop). It's worth a listen as it will allow you to think about the important steps to addressing your health department permitting.
By listening to our exclusive discussion, we are confident that you will be able to increase your knowledge base – and determine what to ask your health department in your locale.
18. Revisit Your Finances, Adjust Your Costs as You Learn More
As you move forward with your coffee business, there will likely be changes and adjustments that need to be made. This is natural and should be expected. You should make sure that you codify these changes in your business plan and other calculations.
Making sure all your variables are updated and accurate will help you better determine your on-going and fluctuating needs. Take the time to review your finances and make the adjustments to your budget and business plan.
This, in turn, will help you make better financial and purchasing decisions. Stay consistent and adjust your business plan as you move forward with your coffee shop business. If you need help with your finances you can use our business plan template, which contains a sample budget.
19. Complete Your Coffee Shop Business Plan
Completing your business plan will be more important than you think. While it may seem like “busy work”, it’s really prompting your brain to do the hard and thoughtful work of calculating your business.
A coffee shop business plan will save you a lot of money, time, and headaches in the long run. If you have not started it yet, now is a time to start your business plan.
A business plan will be necessary for you to develop your coffee shop budget and essential as you approach property managers that you intend to lease from.
Need help getting your coffee shop business plan started? Learn more here.
20. Explore a Point-of-Sale System
Having your POS system ready to go will take some thought. You may make your decision based on your choice of accounting software, ease-of-use and implementation, or fees associated with every transaction. Like the other recommendations, it’s always best to start early.
Your POS system can either make your life easier (with accounting or inventory management) or it can slowly bleed your bottom line. One thing is for sure, as the owner of a coffee business, you definitely have options. Making sure it’s the right one for you (and your customers) will have an immediate impact.
21. Open a Business Bank Account
Opening a bank account early – with the actual name of your cafe or coffee business will allow you to better manage your business finances without co-mingling your money. That is, separating your personal money from your business money.
You probably already know that co-mingling money is frowned upon by the IRS. Separating your business money from your personal money have its advantages. Come tax time this will help ease the accounting headaches.
You will be opening your bank account by establishing your business structure and obtaining an EIN number. A bank will often want to see your business structure paperwork, such as article of incorporation. So you may want to get those documents first and open a bank account.
22. Determine Your Coffee Shop's Branding
Branding your coffee shop business is really the fun part! Naming your coffee business and developing your business brand is essential for your coffee shop business.
From the concept, colors, to the logo, and slogan, your branding will play a key role in the perception of value that your customers will have and the connection they feel about your business. Your logo and branding will help you develop the trust and goodwill in your coffee business.
Spend time and thoughtfully cultivate your brand. If you need help with your logo and other graphics, consider utilizing a professional online service like 99Designs. 99Designs has a great business model – utilize the power of talented graphic designers to get you the very best logo. Once you submit your logo assignment, you'll have dozens of graphic designers compete to offer you the best logo.
23. Get Your Coffee Business Website
Having your own coffee shop website will be important for your branding – and for being able to share your story with your customers. It also serves as the main platform or “hub” for all of your social media efforts. And unlike social media sites, you completely control the content, look, feel of the website.
Additionally, you can offer gift certificates, pre-paid cards, merchandise, coffee beans, etc. Having a website and “claiming your brand” is valuable to your business, as a whole. You can utilize it to strengthen and defend your brand when necessary.
Fortunately, having a coffee business website doesn’t have to cost so much money. For more information about having your own coffee shop website, visit our previous post on the subject here on the subject, How to Setup Your Coffee Shop Website.
You have different options for your coffee shop website:
24. Get Barista Training (Look for Baristas To Hire)
Having a barista training program for your new hires (and for your established baristas) is important. Hiring a coffee education consultant can be advantageous.
Barista training allows your staff to be the best that they can be, allow them to improve their skills, and deliver a consistently good cup of coffee.
Your baristas are important to your business. Investing in your baristas will not only improve morale, deliver more quality coffee, but also reduce turnover.
We’ve written extensively about hiring baristas before so we won't delve much into it here. However, we always believe that hiring for personality and trainability is more important than experience.
25. Have a Deep Understanding of Your USP
(Unique Sales Proposition)
As a coffee business in your community, you should be aware of the value you provide to your customers. Know your competitive advantage and what your Unique Sales Proposition will be. Your USP is what makes your coffee business unique, special, and different from the competitors out there.
Focusing on your USP, will help you strengthen your position in the market place, and help you train your employees, as well as provide you a place to focus your marketing efforts.
Give some time to understanding your unique sales proposition and build your coffee business around it. Detail your USP in your business plan.
26. Determine Your Pricing Options
Your pricing option will play a key role in your ability to turn a profit. Yet, in some markets, customers can be very sensitive to your prices. Any adjustments can and will impact your sales and repeat customers.
Getting the “pricing matrix” right will be important to your ultimate survival. Unfortunately, many smart coffee people simply “eyeball” their price points. We believe this to be a big mistake. The difference between 2%-12% in lost revenue can determine whether or not your business survives or whether you can hire extra help… or whether you can take a vacation this year!
We prefer a data-driven approach to pricing. In our coffee business startup kit, we provide a good discussion of your pricing options that we recommend you read. Implement those strategies that we provide in a manner that works for you.
27. Create a Time Line (And Stick To It)
As with all business planning efforts, establishing goals and benchmarks tied to an approximate time line or calendar will be important to your strategic planning. Having a timeline will also help push yourself to getting started and keep you motivated.
Figuring out which items still need to be completed (and those already completed) should be written somewhere on a calendar.
Having a timeline will help propel you into taking care of starting your coffee business in a more effective and efficient manner. We recommend giving yourself an end goal (or date) and work backwards.
Balance your timeline to put a little pressure on yourself but not so much that you get overwhelmed and paralyzing. Start small, but start. If you are consistent and work every day in a strategy that you put together in a business plan, you will start seeing progress quickly.
28. Establish an Accounting System
Accurately paying your taxes and tracking your expenses will be important. This is where giving your business accounting the attention that it warrants. Start early.
Whether you utilize software like QuickBooks or get a bookkeeper, establishing an accounting system before you open your café will be important. Your accounting system should help you keep track of your income and expenses, your inventory, losses, and payroll.
Maintaining an updated accounting system will not only help you pay taxes, but it will also help you make decisions about where to allocate resources. Additionally, it will help you better maintain your inventory and determine where your biggest gains and losses are coming from.
Additionally, you will want to look into a POS (Point-of-Sale) system for your coffee shop. Here are our Coffee Shop POS recommendations for coffee shops. Many POS systems will integrate your bookkeeping software.
29. Get Worker’s Comp Insurance
In every state, you will need to get Worker’s Compensation insurance. This will not only satisfy the requirements in your locale, but also serve to protect you and your business assets from accident.
Avoiding accidents will be important through hiring competent people, training, and developing best practices, but “accidents do happen,” so Worker's Compensation is essential.
You should be proactive with your business about getting workers’ compensation insurance and general liability insurance for your business. Not only is it the law but it will help you sleep better at night.
However, don’t take our word for it, ask an insurance agent in your city to help you determine what is right for you and your café (for general liability insurance) and check with your state's Worker's Comp agency.
30. Put It All Together for a Great Coffee Shop Business!
Putting it all together takes work. Opening a coffee shop or any coffee business requires a deep commitment. Hold your “Grand Opening” and enjoy your journey!
We believe starting a coffee shop is a labor of love. While money and profit may be part of the benefits, maintaining a successful business requires knowledge and planning.
Our aim is to help you process your thoughts and ideas in a manner that allows you to better plan and execute your coffee business strategy. Take your time and be methodical about checking off the items on this list. By working on an item on this list every day, you'll be closer to achieving your goal.
What Else is On Your “Coffee Shop” List?
Starting a coffee shop business requires many elements to work together. This list of course, isn’t a complete list. But it’s a good start! Go through them again and see where you can made some headway with your specific coffee shop business planning.
Take note of where you need to take some time to learn about the topic and learn as much as you can. Remember, when it comes to your dream coffee business, the more information you have, the more empowered you are!
Here at CoffeeShopStartups.com, we provide a lot of free resources for you to get started on your own coffee shop business planning.
Whether you want to start a bookstore cafe or a drive-thru espresso coffee business. Topics that are important to new and aspiring coffee business owners are always being published or updated. We encourage you to seek the knowledge you need to start your own café or retail coffee business.
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