Antique Furniture Sales Retail Storefront
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Antique Furniture Sales Retail Storefront business. Take advantage of the strong antique furniture market with a retail location.
The third and most capital-intensive option for starting an antique furniture sales business is to open a retail storefront. This type of specialty retailing has the potential to generate very large profits for the owner-operator of the business. However, careful planning and research are required prior to opening the store. Key to the success of the business will be the location selected for the store. Customer parking, street visibility, size, and consumer demographics all must be carefully considered when selecting the location. In the spirit of being unique, consider a joint venture'perhaps with a store that retails new furniture or appliances. Joint ventures in retailing have many benefits including shared operating overhead costs, joint cost-saving advertising and promotion campaigns, and the ability to draw from each other's customer base.