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I want to start as an intermediary between vending machine suppliers and local gyms in London.
I would like to rent vending machines from established companies in London and install them in some leisure/sports centre.
I will pay a rent for the vending machines (including warranty) and for the space taken in the gym. But I will be the one looking after the stocks and taking the money deposited into the machines.
I am starting very small (1 to 3 machines) and I do not know how it works legally: do I operate as a sole trader, do I need a license, how does it work regarding tax, etc.
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX
Last thing: if I own the vending machines (instead of renting them from an established company), does it change anything?
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