A Fusion of Music and Baking

Fusion of Music and Baking

Everyone seems to have their own theme for their bakery online. And rightly so!

So why do so many businesses fail?

Let’s take a look at what they are.

First, many people say they want to open a bakery, and then they say our bakery is this or that. In some cases, the store is primarily complementary and the bakery is a secondary structure.

This is often the case with music stores, which, in addition to selling musical instruments, may also offer sheet music and lessons in playing those instruments.

For musical talent to be expressed, the architecture must amplify the sound of the music and offer the best possible sound to the listening ear.

The same is true for a bakery. You need a bakery to showcase the baked goods you offer.

In other words, it’s a bakery: Where’s the main way to make a profit?

A bakery online is a great place to do business. People want quality baked goods that catch their eye and taste good, even before they eat them.

For our baked goods, we have three main concerns

  1. whether the baked goods look good
  2. the price of the baked goods?
  3. the taste of the bakery products.

People first buy baked goods based on their appearance, then they look at the price, and if the price is within their means, they buy it.

This is where the third, game-changing aspect comes in.

  1. Do the baked goods taste as good as they look?
  2. Was the cost of buying the pastry worth it?
  3. If the first and second statements are true, the second is not relevant. It is possible that the price was not relevant and the product was resold.

If you offer soft drinks, tea, or coffee to your bakery customers, they will accept it as an additional service in your bakery.

So try to play up what many people consider noise. It’s rude to say that music is noise, but many older people don’t want to go into this type of business for fear of bursting their eardrums if they don’t like something.

This has been studied many times, but music is an important part of our shopping strategy. The next time you go to the supermarket, you’ll see it.

It doesn’t matter if the music is in the background or in your ears.

If it’s the latter, I guarantee it’s either the music that’s blaring in your ears during the last half hour of your workday, so you can leave the store early without being asked to leave. Or it’s the electronics department wanting to show young customers how loud it can be.

Otherwise, the music is like a lullaby that coaxes and hypnotizes you into buying more of their products. In other words, the longer your customers stay, the more money you will have in your account.

I know a coffee shop that has a wide variety of coffee and menu items, including breakfast wraps and lunch soups and sandwiches, and also has music fans.

When we talk about music, we don’t mean we’re running two businesses at the same time. Coffee, tea, and sandwiches from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven days a week, is the main business, but once or twice a month, on Fridays and Saturdays, the music starts.

The first manager tried to combine the two but failed. In the restaurant where I used to work, there was also piano on Friday and Saturday nights, but that didn’t work either.

Everyone has their own taste in music. If you like the Beatles, you may not like a full wind band. Someone may like Beethoven, but not Brahms, and it’s exactly the same with rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, and country.

When two businesses are open at different times of the day, week, or month, they are really two businesses connected by their building space, and the question is how much space is available for each part of the business.

It would be very difficult to clear the bakery equipment to make room for the music store each time.

On some days of the week, modern restaurateurs offer light entertainment on big screen TVs. But for the most part, it’s the ambiance and food, not the TV or beer, that regularly draws customers.

Therefore, before co-locating two businesses, consider how they complement each other.

Donuts and coffee, tea and scones, fruit and ice cream, bread and butter, music and cabaret.

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