Coin-Operated Laundry: Entrepreneur's Step-by-Step Startup Guide

Coin-Operated Laundry: Entrepreneur's Step-by-Step Startup Guide

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Cash in, One Load at a Time The problem with most high-profit businesses is that you spend so much time on the job that you have little free time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. But coin-operated laundries are different. They're low-maintenance, recession-proof, and you can make as much as $200, 000 a year working only part-time hours. But you have to know what you're doing. And with our guide, you will. You'll get an in-depth overview of the industry (where its been and where it's likely to go) and learn everything you need to know before launching your own self-serve laundry business including: New ideas for marketing your laundry An expanded section on hiring and training attendants Updated information on card systems Recent advances in laundry equipmen The latest on laws and regulations concerning laundries More ways to combine a laundry with other businesses You'll also get first-hand advice from successful coin-op laundry owners on how to create an inviting atmosphere that will draw customers in and keep them coming back. Clean clothes are a necessity, not a luxury. People are going to use laundromats no matter how the stock market is performing. So if you're looking for an easy-to-run business that will keep the cash flowing no matter how the rest of the economy is doing, you've found it. And while you're at it, why not order our Vending Business guide, too? It makes an ideal companion business and it's a great way to augment your income. This kit includes: a€c Essential industry and business-specific startup steps with worksheets, calculators, checklists and more. a€c Entrepreneur Editorsa€™ Start Your Own Business, a guide to starting any business and surviving the first three years. a€c Downloadable, customizable business letters, sales letters, and other sample documents. a€c Entrepreneura€™s Small Business Legal Toolkit.... when shopping for a smartphone, youa#39;ll also wantto lookat: a€c Whatthe various cellphone carriers (ATaamp;T, Sprint, Verizon, TMobile, etc.) ... data usage, and text messaging) a€c The lengthof the service contract youa#39;llneed to commit to(usually one or two years); ifyou cancel ... plans you shouldlookat willbe verydifferent from someone who relieson their phone tosurf the web and check email whileonthe go .

Title:Coin-Operated Laundry: Entrepreneur's Step-by-Step Startup Guide
Author:Entrepreneur Magazine
Publisher:Entrepreneur Press - 2013-08-20


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