Change of Location
Will a new neighborhood be a good market for your business?
Q: I've moved to a new town and would like to start the same kind of business that I ran in my former community. It's a sports-related business. How can I find out if people here are apt to be as good a market?
A: First, talk with people in the know on the local sports scene. Get their thoughts about and reactions to what you want to do. Then conduct a survey with people whom past experience has taught you would be likely customers for your business.
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