Fundamentally Sound Basketball Operations 1 Page Business Plan

Train, Develop, Encourage, Youth Business Plan

Fundamentally Sound Basketball Operations 1 Page Business Plan

 

Overview

Fundamentally Sound Basketball Operations has a clear business objective to develop Train, Develop, Encourage, Youth services. These services have been developed over Not yet started with a core focus on addressing the key customer problem and associated opportunities.

The Business Objectives

As a key component of our growth strategy, we consider it critical to identify and outline our business objectives, and align these objectives with clear and measurable development milestones. Our key long term business objective is to grow profitability. It is critical that we balance revenue growth with the growth in our cost base. Whilst the desire for profitable growth may constrain our growth rate, it is more important that revenue growth in isolation.

The Customer

Fundamentally Sound Basketball Operations has been created with a clear focus on the needs of our customers. Through a structured customer discovery process, we have validated the key customer problem as Handout surveys and get feedback from parents and teens, Ask questions, Ask different companies to sponsor a unfortunate kid. This is a critical issue for our selected target market of Ages 5 to 7, 8 to 12, and 13 to 15.

The Value Proposition
 

Fundamentally Sound Basketball Operations is uniquely positioned to deliver value to Ages 5 to 7, 8 to 12, and 13 to 15. “Fundamentally Sound Basketball Operations will I help train kids from all walks of life to fully understand the game of basketball. I also teach them hard work and dedication leads to success..” In order to be deliver on this value proposition, we The reason I feel I can do it better than anyone else because I not only love the game, but I love kids. Seeing smiles on there faces shows me that at this moment everything is ok.. This capability has taken considerable time and resources to develop and forms the cornerstone of our competitive advantage.

 

Competitors

We have a number of competitors within the Train, Develop, Encourage, Youth market. We consider our key competitors to be: Charlotte Jets, I9 sports, YMCA, Ricky Price. Our understanding of these competitors has been used to refine our strategy and value proposition. We believe that we can compete effectively with Charlotte Jets, I9 sports, YMCA, Ricky Price by I have connects with different coaches, Carolina Courts, access to the church gym. I live approximately about 5 to 10 miles from all areas.

Key Strategies

Over the next 6 months, our focus will be to Handout business cards, advertise on social media, purchase shirts to give out, market within the church boundaries, find locations that will let me train, create a contract to use there establishment. This task will be undertaken in the context of our broader strategy to Create a goal to have at least 50 teens per training session. Develop teams to play in different tournaments throughout Charlotte, Rock Hill, and Gastonia locations. These strategies are a tactical implementation of our overall business goal as outlined above.

Milestones

Measurement of the successful implementation of our strategies will be governed by measurable development milestones. The milestones that will be achieved over the next 2 years are: Obtain the location and lock it in for a year with 2 months Obtain 10 customers within 2 months Obtain 20 customers within 6 months

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Train, Develop, Encourage, Youth Business Plan
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