There’s a mantra that goes “location, location, location.” Does this mean that you should always aim to locate your business in a high traffic location? Well, not necessarily. Here are some things to consider.
If your business hinges on people getting to your place of business – e.g. a daycare, hair salon, and restaurant – then it is important that you focus your online marketing to getting local traffic. Learn how to rank in the first page of Google Maps and increase your local traffic.
The good news: your business has grown by leaps and bounds. The bad news: your business has taken over your house and your house feels like it’s bursting at the seams! If your home business has outgrown your home office, here are options to consider if you need additional space.
As a small business owner, the last thing you want is for your place of business to be called “scary” or “freaky,” as the wrong location can drive customers away. You’d want your target and existing customers to feel comfortable in your place of business and even come back repeatedly. Learn the factors you need to consider when choosing the right location for your business.
The owner of a company I recently featured in Learning from Big Boys in the blog post Lessons on Retailing: Demory’s Christmas Memories contacted me through Facebook that after celebrating 10 years in business, he had to announce that the business is for sale. Their Christmas business operated one store in Maryland. They have a […]
The laundromat business is a self-service business with no inventories or receivables, and little need for attendants. If you are thinking of starting a laundromat business, here are important factors to consider to succeed in this business