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me and my dad were thinking about what shop to open in smethwick about food. such as a pizza shop etc.

we were thinking of a pizza shop but mr singh (chamkaur singh) has a 100% vegetarian pizza shop, so thats off the list.

what does the sangat recommend to open, 100% vegetarian.

doesn't matter about the opening cost. just ideas.

may be if your far from smethwick, give a idea sikh shops around you.

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vaheguru je ka khalsa vaheguru je ke fateh je

what about a pure veg cake shop that sells pure veg muffins etc..?

you can't buy eggles cakes anywhere unless you buy the whole cake or buy chocolate/sponge cake from mr singhs lol.

vaheguru je ka khalsa vaheguru je ke fateh je


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I Object!

Maybe you should take in consideration the competition between shops these day. Shops rarely make a profit from this business now, shop owners just have enough to stay afloat, whether you wanna be a newsagents or be in the food business, you won't last long, I seen the place smethwick, its bursting to the limit with sweet shops, from charlie's to desi. And yes even Mr. Singh didn't last long in the sweet department. Not a wise decision at all to start a sweet shop

Pizza shop: you also won't survive in their aswell. Mr. Singh if you recall moved shops. You wanna know why? From what he told me "he wasn't selling enough pizza there" moving to a district where its where it surrounded by pizza shops, its a complete risk.

And the Cherry on the cake, I remenber talking to another who another Singh who wanted to open a veg pizza shop, plus im sure you seen the new pizza shop that just opened in smethwick.

And Mr. Singh didn't get here by being a nice guy, lets just put it that way!

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