How to Start, Run & Grow a Successful Washateria BusinessFrom a business standpoint, the laundromat business model is ideal. Why, may you ask? Think about it; you can run one of these without any employee if you choose to do so. But whether you buy or build an attended or unattended washateria, they both have their unique advantages.The laundromat business has been around for decades and has proved to be one of the very few recession-proof businesses. They are here to stay.Here are some facts that may surprise about this business.★The laundry industry is about 70 years old, and the business has been growing steadily.★The United States currently has about 30,000 Laundromats.★The laundry business is pretty much a recession-proof industry, in that there is always a need for clean clothes, no matter what the state of the economy is in the United States.★The economic aspect of the United States Laundry Business is that the Laundry Business offers a gross revenue per year of $5 billion.★The Laundromat owner can have an income that can average between $5,000 and $25,000 if you wonder how, well, that is what we will discuss in this book.In This Laundromat Business Startup Book You Will Learn:History of Laundromat BusinessWhy You Should Start a Laundromat BusinessBuying Vs. BuildingCommon Mistakes to AvoidComplexity of Running a LaundromatDue DiligenceLocation AnalysisDemographic AnalysisIncome and Expense AnalysisEquipment AnalysisStore Valuation AnalysisSWOT Analysis5 Must-Have's for your Business15 Step Laundromat Buying ChecklistWhere to find a Laundromat to BuyStartup Cost to Build a New LaundromatEstimated Monthly Expense & IncomeMonthly Profit & Loss StatementPlanning and Build-out of a LaundromatHow to Get FinancingPermits, Legal LLC, and LicensesHow & Where to find Equipment for your Laundromat3 Ways to Increase Customer Flow at your businessProven Business Marketing StrategiesTop 3 Marketing Tactics you can tryAnd so Much More..Let's get started.
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