In the third month of our plan, we will move into a leased office space and hire a second technician.
As sales increase, we will hire additional personnel.
This is the single biggest frustration Jack has seen among small business owners needing computer help.
Much of our diagnostic equipment is portable, and we will remove a PC to our workshop only when the problem requires more detailed diagnosis or repair.
Our conservative sales forecasts, based on industry research within the local area, project hefty sales in year one, steadily increasing through year three.
To reach these goals, we will use an aggressive advertising campaign to exploit our competitors’ weaknesses.
As PC Repair and the client demands grow, we will offer software development to our business clients.
From the very first day, we will offer on-site repair and consulting services, so that our clients don’t need to take time out of their busy days to haul a computer in to our workshop.
Start-up Funding and Financials To get PC Repair started the owner is providing cash and assets.
We are also seeking a short-term loan, to be secured with the owner’s home equity, and repaid within three years.