You need to make the business a success before thinking about franchising. The start up cost for your business is rather steep and it comes with much risks. Make sure you get all the SWOT analysis all done up and have a solid 3 year cash flow projection.
i like Snap Fitness better than Anytime Fitness, the snap just goes better with the health theme you know? I agree with the first commenter here, it'll be easier for you to buy an existing business rather than starting one from scratch. But if there isn't one to buy, you have no choice and you're dead set on putting up this business, make sure you go everything twice because that's a big capital you're putting out for it.
I think it is terrific idea because we all need to remain fit these days and fitness center is a great place to work out. At a fitness center the place has their own fitness trainer so you do not have to hire a personal trainer you can always seek advice and create your own fitness routine in consultation with the trainer.
But you would need to put in place a good business plan, take advice from a business consultant or someone already successful in this field.
Kimberly from Dallas Texas
A fitness center, I am all for it. In many Asian countries the average weight of the people is on the rise and to live a healthy and active life fitness is a key thing. So I really support the idea of a fitness chain.
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