On ingredients: For some reason, an increased number of people, kids especially, are now developing allergies. Be careful about the ingredients you use, and as much as possible, include a list of ingredients onto your packaging so that people are aware of what they are buying and prevent the occurrence of an upset stomach or anaphylactic reactions.
On location: As with any type of business, it is always important to select a good location. Choose a place where a lot of people go to while also considering the people you want to market your products to. If you put up a cake shop in a quiet street in front of a gym, you won’t be gaining much customers. And gym buffs will probably hate your for getting them to cheat on their diet, or they’ll surely want to avoid you at all times.
On staff: It is also important to hire well-trained and dependable staff. Take your time evaluating applicants and continuously observe your employees after hiring them. Make sure they do their jobs well, but also see to it that you maintain a good working environment.
On legalities: Don’t forget your permits and submit your bakery to health inspections. While on the verge of success, you don’t want to end up shutting down the place all because you failed to process all the necessary requirements. If you’re going to do something, do it right.