Service an average of 4, customers per month during the first full year of business and 5, customers per month the second year. The ultimate goal is to reach 6, customers per month by the third year.
Warmup suits and leg warmers Statement items: Each partner brings to the business varying areas of expertise and is responsible for the area of the company that best utilizes his or her skills. All will assist in other areas where needed.
Arabesque is slated to open for business in Januaryif not sooner. Monday through Wednesday Thursday and Friday Saturday Initially, the store will be staffed by two employees, at least one a principal, at all times. Three employees will work on Saturdays.
Additional principals would come in as needed to handle customer service, inventory, and maintenance. With expansion, additional customer service representatives would be employed. Itwillalso offer "dance" statement clothing and items, such as T-shirts, carry-all bags, and boxers, as well as miscellaneous impulse items, such as keychains, picture frames, calendars, and how-to books.
With expansion, it will offer performance-related props and costumes. Need Fulfillment Dance, skate, and exercise students and enthusiasts must currently purchase through limited supplies dance teachers carry, order through a catalog, or drive to Ann Arbor, Livonia or Dearborn for a complete line of ballet, tap, jazz and skating apparel and shoes.
One or two studios try to stock their own apparel, but to date, this method has not been reliable. Their stock is old, outdated, and limited. This radius encompasses residents of Livingston, Washtenaw, western Oakland, western Wayne, and southern Shiawassee counties.
For a breakdown of potential customers by city, please reference the section titled Demographics.
Dancers, Skaters, and Exercisers Potential customers would be drawn from dance studios, skate clubs, fitness centers, community education programs, YMCA classes, and public and private schools.
The following demographics for dance studio teachers and students were obtained through a survey. Skate clubs were not surveyed because we assumed the results would be similar to those of dance studios. Dance Studios A survey of dance studios in the Plymouth area shows the following: Ariel Lyndstrom is the teacher.
There are approximately students, ages years. Of the students, are in ballet; 30 on pointe. The Institute offers ballet, jazz, and tap.
Students can wear skirts and a different color once a week. Danzier and Korkov shoes are used for beginning students. Amy Scott, the owner, is the primary teacher.
Located at Howell is the Centre for the Art of Dance.
Rachel Hathaway is the primary teacher. The center has students, most of which are between the ages of years old. Approximately students participate in ballet, in tap, and in jazz.
The Centre's requirements are for ballet—pink leotard, powder blue for intermediate students; black leotard for teens and adults.
Most ballet students are required to use Danzier shoes. For tap, black leotards are required. The primary teacher is the owner, Alex Sanchez.In , Lester and Velma king took 10, square feet of property in Elk Grove and turned it into a place where friction has no control and people can coast in circles for hours on regardbouddhiste.com: $ The skates look wonderful but the wheels suck!
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