An Opportunity To Purchase The Assets Of A Four Year Old Salon On An Urban Main Street in Southwest Florida. This Opportunity Has 6 Stylist Stations, 4 Sinks and is in a leased 1350 sq ft in line location. Owner Is Retiring And This Is For Location Lease, Leasehold Improvements And Equipment Only. Great Opportunity For An Existing Salon To Relocate To.
Under $120,000 And Owner Will Finance With 50% Down
If Interested Email Me [email protected] And I Will Gladly Send You An NDA .
An important set of questions to ponder…
The Business Plan:
This is a compilation of documents that support your long term (5 year) plans. It is comprised of the following bulletpointed items*, each of which we will discuss in length over the next several posts.
1) The Executive Summary
2) Detailed Company Description
3) Market Analysis
4) Explanation of Services or Products Offered
5) Marketing and Sales
6) Financial Projections/ Proforma
* I am using information sources from my many years of working in business but am including very good information from the SBA, which should be a primary resource for any startup entrepreneur.
As I’m growing my business I am overcome with frustration, concern, fear, and even doubt at times. Through this I must remain engaged and plugged into my “vision” for the business.
There are so many distractions and they come in the form of news, propaganda, rumor, etc. We as entrepreneurs must stay committed to the vision or the “why” of our plan. I have found that having a group of like minded people surrounding me is of great help. Surround yourself with like minded mentors, men and woman who have been through the startup and know what obstacles can be thrown in your path, and the solutions and tools for navigating these obstacles. They can be called many things; think tanks, mastermind groups, accountability partners. Whatever you want to call this group doesn’t matter, what matters is that you have them on your side.
Now get out there and get to work putting together this team of wise counselors and if there’s anything I can do to help, send me a message.
Vision Statement vs Mission Statement Video Borrowed from the Businessnerds on youtube.
Step 1 of the process of starting your new business, organization, or whatever your building is to sit down with a pen and some paper and start sketching out ideas of what your vision looks like, who it services, what it offers, what does the competitive market place look like and how can it do “it” better, or with higher quality service than the competition is already doing it.
There is plenty of space in the market for new businesses but there must be a point of difference. As you write these sketches of your vision down, make sure to vet them out loud to people you trust. We must all have our group of advisors, mentors, etc that we share ideas with and seek wisdom from. Once you have a solid grasp of these details then you must create a written vision statement “why you exist” as an organization. This piece of Step 1 will keep you grounded in your journey.
Now get to work and we will address next steps in future posts !