If you need a garage organization business plan, you're probably someone who sees solutions more quickly than other people—someone who can look at a cluttered space in an office or a home and envision the perfect organization setup that would make the inhabitant's life easier. This is a unique skill and it has been used as the basis for a wide range of businesses in the consumer services industry that aim to help people get organized. Lots of people look to outsource this responsibility—claiming to not have the time or the talent—and so there has arise a lucrative niche industry for people who can help other people get their possessions in order. A garage organization business plan should answer the following questions:
• How many homes are there in your target area?
• What is the household income of a typical prospective client?
• What is the average family size in the city? (The Census should answer this.)
• Will you work with businesses at all?
• Who are you competing against?
The business plan for garage organization should give as much information as is available about the competitive threats, whether these are other freelancers with a business model just like yours or larger remodeling consultants. Making do with the space available is a key feature of this service suite so you need to upsell your ability to work within a client's existing space considerations to create a great space for them. Conveying this in your marketing materials is essential, so make it clear that you have a concrete strategy in place. Also include a bio section, a list of your services by category, and an estimate of your likely sales and expenses for at least 3 years. MasterPlans can write this entire business plan for you if you want to outsource the task. Call a consultant today at 877-453-2011.
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