Timing and location can be the key to business success. Take this bakery that caters to a famous local festival near Hong Kong every year. What can you learn from this small business success story? How can you position your business to be a part of local events in your community?
Aubrielle Billig is a Staff Writer for Small Business Trends. She covers business as it is impacted by pop culture, entrepreneurs in the arts, and other topics affecting creative businesses.
She is a freelance writer and illustrator currently living in the Lehigh Valley. She spends most of her time working on her art; she hopes to one day be a children’s author/illustrator.
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