A lot of the time, people ask me what I would recommend for someone who’s just gotten started in vending machine vending.
The answer is pretty obvious: If you want to get started with vending machine design, check out the following books:The first is by David Rieff, which has been called the bible of the industry, and the second is by Richard Korsgaard, who is also an award-winning book author.
The third book is by Jeff Koons, who invented the modern-day world’s first mobile phone.
The fourth book is David DeBose’s book on the history of vending machines, and it’s the one I recommend.
The fifth book is called The Future of Business, and I recommend it as well.
The most important thing I can say about the books is that they’re a great introduction to the technology and the business model behind vending machines.
The first two are great to read as they cover a wide range of topics, including:How vending machines workVending machines are a very powerful business modelIf you’re looking for a more technical overview of vending machine technology, there are plenty of books on that subject.
If you’re interested in the business of vending, I highly recommend the book The Power of the Vending Machine by the MIT Media Lab’s Brian W. Rogers.
I highly suggest the book A New World of Vending Machines by the same group, which is a fantastic overview of the history and technology behind vending machine operations.
Finally, there’s the book Vending at Home: How the Future of Vaping will Change Your Life by Jeff J. Koons.
It’s an excellent introduction to vending machines in general, and if you want a deeper dive into the technology behind them, check it out.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this guide to the future of vending.
If I’ve missed something, please let me know in the comments.