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Beaver Machine Corporation

A vending machine corporation.

 TitleAuthorDescription
Vending Machine Fundamentals: How To Build Your Own Route
Steven WoodbineA self help guide for starting and building a vending machine business. Covers goals, financing, company structure,analyzing your resources, vending business models, finding locations, service vehicles, maintaining your machines, managing inventory and tracking business growth. This book is full of field tested tips and tricks to get you started. In addition you will find a good deal of basic business information as well.
Cash Locations: A step-by-step guide to securing the best money-making locations for your vending machines
Ronnie TalentIt’s not the machine that makes you money: It’s the locationAll vending machines--provided they are functional--can make you money. However, all vending locations will not make you money. Some vending locations stink. And if they do, you've spent good money for a vending machine that will cost you money.Nobody wants an "under-performing" location. If you want to make sure you get the best machines, at highly discounted prices, and the top-dollar locations that will make the money you desire...Cash Locations is a collection of the hottest strategies for getting top-flight, money-making locations that will pump more cash into your pocket--the types of locations that could double or triple your earnings. This e-book gives you the tools you need to make all of your locations hot. It is your step-by-step guide to creating a never-ending supply of top dollar placements!• How to identify hot locations that will pour more cash in your pocket month after month.• How to “piggyback” your locations. This is crucial, because one location could easily turn into six. • How to get locations from places you wouldn’t have otherwise considered. Some of the best locations can shock you!• How to pick up locations by simply servicing your existing accounts. It is a great way to ramp up your earnings...because you could easily pick up locations...while you’re already working. • How to save money in your vending business, which is essential to your growth (and because you might want a few extra thousand dollars each month.)• How to expand your vending company to include different types of vending equipment, because you aim to make the highest overall profits!You've spent thousands on your machines. Isn't it worth a few bucks to make sure that your machines are making the highest profits?
Man a Machine and Man a Plant
Julien Offray de La MettrieThe first modern translation of the complete texts of La Mettrie's pioneering "L'Homme machine" and "L'Homme plante", first published in 1747 and 1748, respectively, this volume also includes translations of the advertisement and dedication to "L'Homme machine".
How to Start a Vending Business
Antoine CameronThe Gumball Guru vending course provides information and advice about starting a bulk vending route, covering how to buy a route, how to run a route, candy choices, vending machine brands and related topics. Here is what you will discover in this book. How to find cheap vending machines with these 3 simple techniques... 3 little known, yet simple ways to find locations for your vending machines... Secrets of expert bulk vendors that few people ever know about... 3 proven steps to a successful vending route... 2 simple keys (that are right in front of your eyes) to finding the cheapest candy for your route... Warning: 3 thins you should never do when it comes to bulk vending... how to not pay commissions to your vending locations... When to buy a vending route from someone and how to do it... 7 everyday but often overlooked tips and tricks for getting free locations... How often to change your candy... How to keep track your expenses... The once famous but forgotten secret that instantly allows you to double your vending route in months... Antoine Cameron actually runs a vending business this is not some theory book with a whole bunch of fluff this guy knows his stuff. Matt Simpson I thank you so much for the advice I just received and the tips I got from your book. I am a college professor and I am looking to service about 30 bulk candy machines on the side for extra money. I am taking your advice and I will buy the vending machines used with the sources you gave me. Once again thank you. Tim Holmes I just read through your ebook and found it very informative. Thanks for all that great advice. A lot of it I wish I had read 10 years ago instead of discovering it the hard way. But that was then and now I am much more seasoned. I am just starting up a new route and have used PN95's in the past with good success but am now considering the move to vendesign 4 in 1. Thanks again for all the great information. Ron Haynes "I just wanted to write and say thank you for offering you expertise to those of us that are exploring or starting in the vending business. Your willingness to not only offer to help but be proactive in reaching out speaks volumes about your character. I know the time it takes to set up a website, and build a newsletter. It's no small task. Your concern for my success is greatly appreciated and I wish great times for the future for both of us. If there is ever anything I can do for you to return the favor, please just ask.
Me and My Sewing Machine
Kate HaxellAccessible, good-looking and jargon-free, this book contains everything you need to know to sew well using your sewing machine and nothing more. There are no scary couture-type techniques that real sewers never use, no painstaking procedures that don't actually make your sewing easier, or help it look better, and no complicated methods of doing anything. Instead you will find easy-to-understand, practical and decorative techniques that make sewing simple, even if you have never used a machine before. There are lots of clever tips plus shortcuts that can make things faster and easier to do, with clear advice on when you can use these speedy methods and when it really is better to do something the traditional way. Everything is illustrated with clear step-by-step photography and finished samples, with variation samples where appropriate. As well as techniques, there are some easy projects you can make on your sewing machine and although they are simple, they don't skimp on style.
The Vending Jackpot: How to Build and Manage Your Own Profitable Vending Business
Ronnie TalentAs a vending operator, you'll enjoy the personal freedom of making money without being there. While you're having dinner, playing with your kids, or going to the ball game, your machines are making a steady, reliable income, automatically! Packed with insider strategies!
How To Start And Run Your Own Corporation: S-Corporations For Small Business Owners
Peter I HupaloHow To Start And Run Your Own Corporation begins where many incorporation books leave off. Peter Hupalo, author of Thinking Like An Entrepreneur, teaches you the basics of corporate business structure. How To Start And Run Your Own Corporation will help you understand: * Which Business Structure Might Be Best For You * How To Decide Between An S-Corporation And A LLC * How To Choose Your State Of Incorporation * How To Form Your Own Corporation * S-Corporations * Par Value And No Par Value Stock * Issuing Shares * Stock Basis * Valuing A Small Business Corporation * Financing A Corporation Through Equity And Loans * Attracting Angel Investors For Your Corporation * Shareholder S-Corporation Basis And The AAA * Filling Out The 1120S Corporate Income Tax Return * Special Issues For One-Person Corporations * The Role of Bylaws And Corporate Minutes * The Role of Directors And Officers * Withdrawing Money From Your Corporation * Social Security/Unemployment Insurance On Officer Salaries * Qualified Retirement Plans, SIMPLE-IRA, SEP-IRA * The One-Person 401(k) * Worker's Compensation Exemption For Officers * How To Minimize Your Taxes * How To Prevent Your Corporate Shield From Being Pierced * Tax Saving Strategies For Your Corporation
Brother XL2600I Sew Advance Sew Affordable 25-Stitch Free-Arm Sewing Machine
Brother's new XL2600i is a 25 stitch free arm sewing machine with multiple stitch functions. Easy to use, the XL2600i features an automatic needle threader, built in thread cutter and drop-in bobbin system. This sewing machine also has a built in one-step automatic buttonholer with a stitch balance control for perfect buttonholes every time. The stitches include built-in stretch, blind hem and decorative stitches as well as basic stitches for garment construction, quilting and embellishment. The XL2600i also has adjustable width and length as well as a dial thread tension control to give you more sewing flexibility. Brother's XL2600i has a convertible sewing surface from flatbed to free arm so that you can easily sew on hems or cuffs as well as larger items. Accessories are included for quilting, zipper insertion, darning, buttonholes and button sewing and this machine features quick change presser feet so you can easily change the feet to meet your sewing needs. The XL2600i is lightweight with a built-in handle for portability. Instructions are bilingual in English and Spanish. Manufacturer's note: Accessories are housed in free arm of machine.
VENDING MACHINES: The Complete Business Book
James O MazzolaImmediate Cash Flow! Your cash flow starts as soon as your equipment is placed. Most new businesses fail, in large part, from lack of cash flow in the beginning. One of the many benefits of vending machines is that your cash flow starts Day 1! The Largest "All-Cash" Business in the World! Your Refreshment Station business is an all-cash business. This means no bad debts, I.O.U.'s, or accounts receivable. How many businesses do you know of that are all cash? Working for You 24 Hours a Day! Another amazing benefit of the Vending Machine Business is called "Passive Income". Regardless of what you choose to do with your time (family, vacation, other business ventures, etc), your Refreshment Stations are working for you all day, every day. You have your own "sales team" working 24 hours a day - with no coffee breaks, never phoning in sick, and totally predictable in terms of sales performance. They don't require training, supervision, or motivation. And they cater to everyone; rich, poor, male, female, young & old. All they do is generate a consistent stream of cash for you. If this sales team were big enough, you could replace your current income. The Perfect Home Based Business! No boss. No set hours. No rent. No utilities. No employees. No advertising costs. No complicated paperwork. No franchise fees. No royalties. No territory limits or restrictions. No limit to income. No end in sight. No kidding! Tax Deductions! Are you trapped in a 20%-30% tax bracket? Your tax advantages in this business are incredible! During 2011 you may be entitled to a tax deduction of up to $500,000! You read right: according to Section 179 of the United States Internal Revenue Code – as a purchaser of new vending equipment, you may write off up to $500,000. Additionally, you as an investor are allowed tax deductions for expenses incurred in generating and collecting revenues and in operating and servicing your equipment. You can also deduct other expenses such as mileage, meals, computer, printer, telephone, and other allowable expenses. Check with your accountant or CPA to be sure you take advantage of all the deductions in operating your new vending business.
Vending Business-In-A-Box: A step-by-step guide to starting a profitable vending business without getting burned
Bryon KrugDo you want to have your money working for you? If so, consider starting a vending business. You can create an incredibly profitable vending business that doesn't take much of your time. But, you need to know what to look for. There are some great opportunities out there. Unfortunately, there are also lots of vending scams designed to trick people into wasting thousands of dollars. It is critical to be able to recognize the scams and find the real opportunities. That's what this book will help you to do. Vending Business-In-A-Box will guide you through the entire process of starting a vending company. From finding the best locations to getting the right equipment, this book will walk you through it all. Its easy-to-follow worksheets and checklists will have you on track for success in no time. Here are a few of the topics covered in the book: • How to get soda machines for FREE • How to find the best deals on equipment purchases • Forty-two types of locations for vending machines that are GOLDMINES • How to tell the good locations from the bad • Ten techniques the pros use to land locations • The three biggest scam warning signs • Ten other warning signs to look out for • Fifteen ways to protect yourself from vending scams • Two steps that will save you tons of time and money • The easy way to find out if vending is for you • How to get everything you need to succeed • The three most profitable types of vending machines • How to find a good locator• How to find a GREAT attorney and accountant • Four ways to boost sales • How to find storage facilities and banks that will meet all your needs • How to increase your business's credibility with prospective customers • What you need to know about business names • Six ways to structure your business • Five ways to customize your message for customers • Six value propositions that will differentiate you from the competition • The key characteristics of the best locations • Fifteen secrets that will make your life easier and your business more profitable

Tags machine vending
Address 17705 Leslie St.
Suite 203 Suite 203
Newmarket , ON L3Y3E3
CA
Telephone905-830-9249
Web beavervending.com
Email domains@theitmgroup.com
Type Franchise