7 Tips For Starting A Successful Food Tour Company (2023)

7 Tips For Starting A Successful Food Tour Company (2023)
Start A Food Tour Company

Want to start your own food tour company? Here are some tips you should know:

Learn more about starting a food tour company:

Where to start?

-> How much does it cost to start a food tour company?
-> Pros and cons of a food tour company

Need inspiration?

-> Other food tour company success stories
-> Examples of established food tour company
-> Marketing ideas for a food tour company
-> Food tour company slogans
-> Food tour company names

Other resources

-> Food tour company hashtags

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:

You will run into roadblocks and have to figure them out as you go, but don’t let the unknown keep you from taking that first step and getting started today.

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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:

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

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#3: 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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#4: 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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#5: Nico Jacquart, founder of Secret Food Tours:

We chatted with with Nico, founder of Secret Food Tours ($10K/month). In our interview, Nico says:

Being flexible is the most important, especially at the start, being able to start quickly and move on to a new direction or a new project is essential.

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Pat Walls,  Founder of Starter Story
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