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Business idea I have just received a large amount of money from my late uncle who has just passed away, God bless his soul as he lays in rest. Instead of spending the money on material things or pleasures, I have decided to open a business, which has been one of my interests for a long time. After many sessions of thinking and deep meditation I have decided to open a barbershop, the main reason for this decision to open a barbershop. The many priority was the fact that many of my friends have complained that the closet barbershop to us is in Plumstead and travelling distance from were they live in Thamesmead to Plumstead is 20 minutes bus journey. Opening up a barbershop by myself automatically means that I am a sole trader business. Remaining as a sole trader has many advantages, mainly being that I am able to give a more personal service to my customers and I am able to make changes within my business very quickly due to there is little or no bureaucracy there being only one person to make the final decision. ...read more.

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These means of advertisement are direct and are at the places, which the target customers are likely to come into contact with them. Business Aims and Objectives 'Look at me' is a full-service barbershop dedicated to consistently providing high customer satisfaction by rendering excellent service whilst selling quality hair products at an affordable price in an enjoyable atmosphere at an acceptable price/value relationship. 'Look at me' also tends to maintain a friendly, fair and creative work environment, which respects diverty, ideas and hard work. Our mission: To supply services and products that enhance our customers' physical appearance and mental relaxation. Our motto: 'The Trend Begins Here' The time is right to embark on this new adventure. After specking to my target group, it was obvious that the demand for there to be a barbershop in my local area which is Thamesmead was very high, as well as the ambitions of the owner which is me and the procurement of the highly professional and qualified barbers which I will employ to support me has made the business one of great potential. ...read more.

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I believe that the business will grow in reputation to lead to customers and employees to support the businesses anticipated growth and establishment. Keys To Success The keys to success in my business are based on four major factors and these are: * Location: providing an easily accessible location for customers * Environment: providing an environment conductive to giving relaxing and professional service * Convenience: offering customers a wide range of services in one location, and extended business hours. * Reputation: reputation of the owner, which is Kolawole Falana and the other Barbers as providing superior personal service. Services Provided by 'Look at Me' There are many techniques and styles, which black males nowadays tend to go for, they believe that these styles enhance their physical appearance, and they do. The business will attempt to satisfy its target market which range from very young children to grown up men, these are some the styles which will provide to our customers: Hair services Products Hair cuts Conditioning Shampoo's Hair spray Hair relaxes Curling Hair lotion Perms Reconstructing Hair colouring cream Colours Hair waves Waves Shampoo Shape-ups S-curl's ...read more.

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