Most people likely that that Barbers sit around all day waiting for customers, cleaning their tools and stations and talking to one another about sports. However, the world of barbering is much, much more entrepreneurial and opportunity-focused than that. Barbers are constantly looking for opportunities to either growth their customer base or their barbershops in new markets. Here, Baeberpreneur, Jacob Sullivan, talks about what his plans are as barberpreneur. Read more.
If you want your startup to achieve meteoric success, you need to start your business in an industry that has the potential to create billion-dollar startups. Here’s what you are probably thinking – how can one know which industries are capable of producing successful startups? The answer is easy. By speaking with experts and examining investment data, you can find the industries that are offering major opportunities for new ventures. Read More.
Traces of immigrant enclaves live on south of downtown Omaha: the Sons of Italy hall; the Ethnic Sandwich Shop; the Bohemian Cafe ghost sign at 13th and William Streets.
But redevelopment projects continue to transform neighborhoods rooted in ethnic identity into homes for a new and different population.
One Omaha developer is planning another batch of row houses near 12th and Briggs Streets that will attract buyers able to pay around $300,000. That site is just a stone’s throw from Clarity Development’s still-rising 36-unit South Hill Rowhouses, and only blocks away from a separate cluster of old houses that Clarity has rehabilitated and rents out for now. Read more.
The American Barber Association provides entrepreneurs with business plan development assistance. Writing a business plan can be an arduous task, requiring countless hours; and, then, the result may not be all that great. The ABA is the leading source of information on Barbershops in America and can more readily develop the components for a successful barbershop business plan. If you are looking for a business plan for a barbershop, contact the ABA, click here.
While soft goods retailers are shuttering stores in record numbers, a cultural resurgence of men’s grooming, estimated to reach $26B by 2020, has barbers, brokers and landlords lining up to get their cut.
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