Fitting Your Business with a Micro Market

Micro-MarketEven if your business hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., you likely have staff in and out of the building well before and after the typical workday. To accommodate their needs, you may well have a cafeteria to keep them well-fed and productive. However, it may not be possible to keep that cafeteria open before and after hours. To take care of your employees on a 24/7 basis, you can install a micro-market in Pittsburgh, PA.

It’s easy to get your own micro-market up and running. It’s as simple as one, two, three:

Electricity — You already have electricity in your building. To power the vending machines and scanners you might need to add a couple of three-pronged outlets.

Internet – The Internet is a necessity that empowers your business to connect with the world. Since you are plugged in for business, you also plugin for your micro-market. Being these markets have no employees on staff, you need scanners and the Internet to handle the credit and debit card transactions.

The Right Space – A small private space is needed. You might compare this to the space a small breakroom occupies. Privacy is important as you want this accessible to employees only – not the general public. What you need to put into place for a micro-market includes open shelves for snacks and sandwiches and a glass-front refrigerator for beverages.