Craft & Fairtrade Shop in West Yorkshire
- Huge growth potential
- Excellent Reputation
This is a recently refitted retail business that occupies a practical yet accessible position in the suburb village of Horbury, in Wakefield.
The business is currently run mostly by owner operation and has been successfully trading for a number of years with a strong a loyal client base in place.
The business would make an excellent opportunity for any purchaser looking for a well located business, with low overheads and a regular and loyal custom base.
The retailer trades from a single storey ground floor lock up unit that holds a hugely visible position upon a main road high street.
The building has an instantly impressive and appealing wooded shop front that is less than a year old. The large glass window allows for a large amount of natural light that creates an open and spacious feel.
The shop itself is a very workable size and suits owner operation effectively. There is fixed shelving across all four walls that display a handpicked selection of stock.
The serving space for the business is in the corner and allows for traditional retail methods with a small changing room to the right hand side of this on entrance. Overall the building is ready for immediate trade and is in need of no work whatsoever.
The business has invested heavily on a bespoke designed website which includes drop shipping direct from their suppliers, this is an entirely new addition to the business and has been received well by the customers.
Intelligent business transfer are delighted to offer this ethical and dynamic business to the open market for the first time since inception. The business is extremely well established in a popular and demanded village in West Yorkshire and offers exciting potential to build on a solid platform created by the current owner operating family.
The business sells a vast range of products that are all fair trade and responsibly sourced. These range across incense, candles and clothing. All of the produce that the business sells have been sourced by the owners and are mainly locally produced and from craft fairs. As a result of this, the business has ascertained a solid plethora of local clients who use this business regularly.
The client base that has been created has allowed for consistency in the business' finances. Currently the business takes around £400 - £600 per week which provides a strong net profit of around £16,000 per year due to minimal overheads. The business has a size that would suit owner operation on controllable openings - currently the business is closed on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Overall the business offers exciting potential to build on a proven model and would be an excellent opportunity for any prospector in the retail sector.