Quick questions for start-up mobile caterers 9 quick questions to help you get started Thanks for taking this short survey for (potential) start-up mobile caterers. Your answers will help us to help you get started. There's only 9 questions and it'll just take a couple of minutes tops. Cheers! * 1. Why do you want to work in mobile catering? (Select up to 5) I want to work for myself I think it has potential for high earnings The potential low start-up costs are attractive I think it will be easy to find work It's something I can go into without much experience I want to run a restaurant and this is the best place to start I don't want a boring job anymore I enjoy meeting new people It's a growing industry and I want to be part of it I already have experience working in mobile catering I have a really good food concept in mind I like the idea of the variety of the work I've already got a mobile unit to trade from I think I'll be able to work anywhere, any time I know I'll be able to get a lot of support from NCASS Other (please specify) * 2. Which area of mobile catering do you want to work in? Events Markets Roadside Private functions (e.g. weddings) Street food Location/crew (e.g. film sets) I haven't decided yet Other (please specify) * 3. What sort of food/drink are you planning to sell? * 4. What sort of unit do you plan to trade from? Gazebo Marquee Build-up stall Trailer Van Cart Kiosk Not sure Other (please specify) * 5. How do you plan to market the business? (Select all that apply) Flyers and leaflets Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google+ Website Word of mouth I don't plan to market my business Not sure yet Other (please specify) * 6. Where have you looked for start-up information so far? * 7. What are your biggest concerns about starting up in mobile catering? (Select up to 5) Not understanding the legislation involved Not having due diligence documentation in place Not being covered by a Primary Authority Overpriced pitch fees Getting to grips with finances My lack of experience Finding the right equipment at the right price Too much competition Mobile caterers might become less popular Not being able to get onto profitable events A lack of profitable opportunities to work Not being able to find any work at all Liaising with event/market/function organisers Not being able to find enough information to get started Other (please specify) * 8. NCASS have helped thousands start up in this industry. Would you like to chat about getting started? If so, please enter your name and phone number below and we'll get back to you soon (: Name Phone Number * 9. We'd love to send you news and updates about the mobile catering industry and helpful start-up information. If you're ok with that, please enter your email address here. Email Address Finished!