Published on May 23rd, 2013 | by Dean Carr
Alcohol delivery business start up
PLT launch a new all in one alcohol delivery business start up package. Dean Carr marketing Director at personal licence training limited announced a new service from the company, aimed at businesses selling alcohol over the internet. During an interview this morning with our reporter Tom Hadley, Mr Carr stated that, ” over the past twelve months the company has seen a steady increase in internet based alcohol delivery services emerging. We have provided our services to companies like Moonpig.com and HTFW Online based retailers who specialise in selling specific alcoholic products or offering alcohol as an additional service to their existing business. We have also helped licence or train staff for alcohol logistics companies such as DHL Logistics, Cert Octavian, who carry alcohol for high street retailers such as Selfridges and other major high street retailers.
We have also seen an increase in the late night alcohol delivery business market, and clients such as pizza take-a-way companies, adding an alcohol delivery service to their menus. Clients wishing to start an on-line business selling alcohol end up dealing with web developers, surveyors, licensing officers, PDQ salesmen, police licensing officers to name only a few. We have brought this all under one roof and now offer a full service to our clients that includes, state of the art website design, web hosting, on-line shopping carts, alcohol licence training and exam, processing premises licence and personal licence applications and much more. We are currently developing several new websites for clients in this sector at the moment. If any potential clients would like to discuss our platinum licensing package then they can speak to any member of our licensing team.”
Alcohol delivery services late at night do have some good points, as in some areas off licence premises may close early. A delivery service may also avoid someone being tempted to just pop down the road in the car to obtain another few drinks after a dinner party, when they may of already consumed some alcohol. Responsible alcohol retailing is the main consideration for anyone wishing to start this type of late night delivery service. As for selling alcohol ancillary to an existing business such as a florist, surely this can only be a benefit to a customer. What do you think?