Saving Money on Expenses: Cost Cutting

CUTTING COSTSCost cutting has a nasty connotation attached to it, but it’s a great way for a business to stay afloat. If you don’t want to lay off staff or take out money through a bank, then you need to look into cost cutting. If you own a cafe or a restaurant, one of the best ways t cut down on your costs is to invest in slightly cheaper appliances. Here, we look at some excellent, but inexpensive blenders that you can use in your business to save money.

–       Hamilton Beach Personal Blender

At only fifteen dollars, the Beach is a sweet little blender that will work in any local business or small town cafe. It’s small and compact, so if you don’t use blenders a lot at work this is a great choice. However, because of its size you won’t be able to do many smoothies or juices, so if you get a lot of custom you might need a couple of them, or else think about getting a bigger model.

–       Ostar 6706

The Ostar is a more typical blender. It’s large, has a 450 watt motor and up to ten speeds. Although it’s bigger and better, it still only comes in at twenty dollars. It’s not just for blending, either. It can make sauces and dressings, soups and dips. However, you will need to clean it between each use, as otherwise you’ll contaminate the mixtures. A lot of businesses don’t have the time to keep cleaning after every single use, but if you only do a few throughout the day then this is a great buy. The Ostar is a nifty appliance that will meet the needs of your clients without breaking the bank.

–       Hamilton Beach 58148 Power Elite

If you want to save money but don’t want to sacrifice quality, then you need the Power Elite. It’s more expensive than the others, but it comes with a 700 watt motor, twelve setting and a three year warranty. It’s the best of the three here, but it’s still under fifty dollars. If you’re looking to save money then any of these three will do, but the Beach is definitely the best one here. Find out what’s right for you and your company and don’t worry if cost cutting sounds scary, it can save you, your jobs and your business.

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