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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-25-2020, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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Furniture production

I want to go into furniture manufacturing, but I'm not sure it will be profitable. Is it worth investing in?
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Furniture has always been and will always be a very valuable commodity.
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Furniture and bread are always needed. Consider the question of how to open your own furniture production without large monetary investments and even from scratch. The main thing you need is a room. This can be a heated garage, a room in an apartment, or a rented room. If you rent a room, the main thing to consider when choosing a room is dryness and low price. Choose a heated room. It is possible in the basement or industrial zone. For example, I know the Director https://nyfurnitureoutlets.com/livin.../filter-orange and he just started by making his cabinets in his garage. Then he got up and now makes just great furniture.
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Furniture and bread are always needed. Consider the question of how to open your own furniture production without large monetary investments and even from scratch. The main thing you need is a room. This can be a heated garage, a room in an apartment, or a rented room. If you rent a room, the main thing to consider when choosing a room is dryness and low price. Choose a heated room. It is possible in the basement or industrial zone. For example, I know the Director https://nyfurnitureoutlets.com/livin.../filter-orange and he just started by making his cabinets in his garage. Then he got up and now makes just great furniture.
Thank you for explaining in such detail.You said what I wanted to say.
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