5 Tips For Starting A Successful Food Tour Company

Want to start your own food tour company? Here are 5 tips you should know.
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We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a food tour company:

#1: Jessica Baumgart, founder of Delicious Denver Food Tours:

We chatted with with Jessica, founder of Delicious Denver Food Tours ($30K/month). In our interview, Jessica says:

It’s better to do one thing really well than to try to do lots of things halfway.

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#2: Jessica Baumgart, founder of Delicious Denver Food Tours:

We chatted with with Jessica, founder of Delicious Denver Food Tours ($30K/month). In our interview, Jessica says:

On that trip around the world, I started to question why I was working in a career that was making me unhappy and resolved to start really listening to what my passions were.

Additionally:

I’ve learned a lot through trial by fire. As I run into new problems, I work to find solutions. I think it’s most important for entrepreneurs to just keep taking baby steps. Eventually, they’ll find that they’ve made huge progress.

Further:

In my first month of business, I booked a large private corporate tour. On the phone, the client asked me to send over my contract by the end of day. I didn’t have a contract and literally had to google a template, but I made it up, sent it over, and the client booked right away.

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#3: Joe Griffith, founder of Wander New Mexico Food Tours:

We chatted with with Joe, founder of Wander New Mexico Food Tours ($20K/month). In our interview, Joe says:

You can have the best product in the world, but that won’t do you any good if customers don’t know about it.

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