Desara Korreshi. Professor Gloria Cevallos. Business 101.
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Professor Gloria Cevallos
April 26, 2017
My business plan is to open a volleyball court. The ACE Courts will be a full-service Volleyball complex situated in Paramus, New Jersey. There is currently no other sports facilities like this one anywhere in Bergen County. This plan will be used to define the scope of our services, as well as a means of gaining the necessary investments to open the facility. It will also be used on a continual basis in the evaluation of The ACE Courts mission, goals, and objectives. The keys to success for The ACE Courts is our ability to market effectively, creating an unmatched "cool/ awesome" atmosphere where people will like to be, and hiring qualified/certified…show more content… Besides providing an excellent value to our customers, The ACE Courts is determined to create an unmatched sporting atmosphere that will add enjoyment to every member and employee working in the facility. Dedicated to the community. The ACE Courts strive to support and sponsor community events, as well as host them whenever possible. Our hope is that through the use of our facility, members enjoyment and appreciation for this sport, and fitness will increase.
Keys to Success Marketing: We must make The ACE Courts a common name in the Bergen county and creatively market our services to each of our market segments.
Atmosphere of facility: By creating an unmatched "Awesome" atmosphere in The ACE Courts through the use of first class equipment, floors, colors, and big screen TVs, people will want to frequent our facility often and our ability to retain members will increase.
Knowledgeable/qualified staff and management: Providing the members of the facility with knowledgeable and qualified staff who show genuine concern for the contributors, people will feel comfortable and confident that The ACE Courts can meet all of their sport and fitness needs.
Company Ownership and Start Up
The Ace Courts will be a limited partnership corporation that will be privately owned. Myself, Desara Korreshi will own 50% of the company, while my two teammates will each own 25% of the company. Our start-up requirements come to $1,700,000. Included in these costs is the