Each year we typically share tips on why you should attend The Games and survival tips during your time there. This year, we asked around and compiled insider tips from our friends living in Madison to help you make the most of your trip.
A couple weeks ago I began writing a series providing tips on building a comprehensive business plan for your affiliate gym. Today we’ll continue this series by discussing the importance of writing out your policies and procedures.
Last week, I kicked off my series on how to write a strong business plan for your box. I covered the importance of developing a mission and vision and why you need to consider your high-level goals. Today we’ll continue this series by developing your unique service.
Members of the Zen Planner team will be there, will you? If you missed out on buying tickets, there’s still a chance for you to go as we’ve giving away two-all access passes to one lucky Zen Planner customer!
This four-part blog series is a step-by-step guide to writing a business plan. In it, I’ll give you the equations you’ll need to be successful. Every gym is different, but the best have things in common.
We were lucky enough to start with Zen Planner from the day we opened, so thankfully we didn’t have to experience running a gym without them. With that said, we have had several obstacles arise throughout our four-plus years of business that Zen Planner has been critical in helping us solve.
CrossFit Somerville’s Urban Agriculture Project consists of honeybees (who live in hives on the roof of the box), organic vegetable gardens and a chicken coop. The project is run by his members who volunteer their time and in exchange get a share of what they produce.
Our new website from Zen Planner saved our business,” says Conrad. “A few months ago, I was nervous we wouldn’t make it to summer. Since we launched the new website, we’ve seen a huge spike in calls and emails from prospective members. Now, I am certain we’ll be making money by summer."