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Great Question! As per Allied Market Research, the fitness equipment market size was valued at $11.5 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach $15.2 billion by 2027. The COVID-19 outbreak has indeed shaken up the health and fitness industry in a way no one could have imagined a few years ago. T...

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Many ideas come to mind. You might book some calls with people you follow on Clarity, to flesh some of these out better. Start a Kickstarter project with high dollar perks of some number of weeks. Setup a travel site about how to enjoy your particular part of Mexico (sites, activities, seasona...

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To launch an efficient online equipment rental marketplace the best option is to connect with a development companyor rental marketplace that specialises solution providers. There are a number of specialised software solutions to set up an equipment rental marketplace. Yo!Rent is one such renta...

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Rental businesses are way different from sales businesses. Most entrepreneurs think all eCommerce solutions can be used to develop a rental marketplace, but the requirements to develop one are way different. To elaborate, rental orders are simply more complex than sales orders. For example, the...

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I am regularly asked questions similar to this by new business owners or business owners expanding to a new venture. Insurance has many niches that exist in the commercial insurance space, this is one of them. A couple of places to start; 1. If you already have a broker who handles commercial i...

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It is unclear what type of business you provide ("corporate rental business"). If you better describe the business, I'd be happy to give you some tips on how to provide them. Good luck I've successfully helped over 300 entrepreneurs, startups and businesses, and I would be happy to help you. Aft...

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Hi Options: 1. Rent or lease them (amount of companies that offer this option depends on your location). 2. Purchase them second hand (there's some amazing quality second hand furniture - some of which you'll be able to sell when done. 3. Partner with companies who want to promote their product...

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The answer to your question is YES But before I continue to think about this beautiful concept, Maybe I should check out why cars in the 90's and 80's are no longer circulating in Japan!

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This is a great question. One of my associates works for a software company that is deploying an "in-house" solution for a major cement provider. The client had previously been working with commercial solution but quickly determined that a customized solution was more appropriate for their needs....

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I’ll take it as a given you are operating a “brick & mortar” construction (equipment rental) business and with this, allow me to propose a few “flexible” marketing moves, you may consider (online or offline): 1. PUBLICITY/PUBLIC RELATIONS - Online or social media write-ups; Offline publication w...

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