When a new entrepreneur needs to find a space, some times it comes as a surprise that the building manager asks for a business plan before considering leasing the space. Jessica started with the idea of establishing a new clothing store in Philadelphia. She found the perfect location in the downtown area, a vibrant business community near iconic museums, coffee shops and restaurants, several public transportation options made this the perfect spot for achieving Jessica's success.
When Jessica approached the building manager, she was asked to present a comprehensive and professional business plan to be included in the list of candidates. This was news for Jessica, however most of buildings and commercial spaces require the future tenant to produce a plan that demonstrates the ability of the entrepreneur to remain in business in the long term. Jessica found us on-line and immediately contacted us for help. One of our experts advised her to take the opportunity and obtain a professional business plan, not only for the leasing purposes but also for financial planning.
The business plan helped her to foresee details that may have escaped her mind if she didn't plan correctly and may have been costly mistakes. Jessica obtained her plan from BizPlanEasy and in a matter of days she received a call from the building manager confirming her as the new tenant. In the document we included plans for renovation that added value to the property while at the same time we explained how the business was a perfect fit for the building and the area.