The following is an outline if what you receive when purchasing the business model offered, along with the expertise and consultant features for running the business successfully. The owner built the business successfully, and as you will see, the gross volume grew and sustained for the entire 21 years with the highest year, 2007, having $5.2 Million revenue. The decision to enter retirement was a difficult one for the owner, and as a true entrepreneur, it is difficult to stay out of the business arena, and thus the idea of selling the business model and what it takes to get others under way, was born.
The business, as it was, ceased operations in early 2011 at the 4 million mark for that partial year. Some brief health issues and family issues prompted the cessation at that time. The decision to make it a permanent state of retirement came when the owner was approached by someone that had worked for the company, who asked to be set up in their own similar business in another state. Thus the Business Model for Sale of a successful operation took form.
There are several parts to the business, and preliminarily they are explained herein:
2 Door-to-door canvassing Teams
Home Shows/Street Fairs
1. Closing techniques for the 'One Call Close'
2. Training the consultants to close
3. Pricing for jobs
4. Pricing for pay to consultants
1. Products and Vendors
a. Detailed info on the products sold.
b. Introduction to venders that are 'home improvement company friendly.'
2. Installation and Application of Products
d. All info pertaining to such installs and applications
e. Pricing for materials and labor.
1. Proven methods in Industry
F.. Bookkeeping methods and skills needed
2. Organization of records
This system can either be created from nothing if you are going into business, or meshed into your existing system if you already are in business. It is an excellent opportunity for one-on-one training by a seasoned, proven professional.