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Through these efforts, they accelerated the timeframe to reach milestones in the process to successfully open their gym doors.
The advisory role that more experienced businesses play can be integral to a new gym owner’s success and tremendously beneficial for small start-ups.
They highlight this 15-year history and data collection in small and large gym operations as being a main difference in approach to business consulting, and as a result they have developed a model for success that can be applied to a customer’s specific vision, no-matter the scale.
It was clear to these future gym-owners that gone were the days of gym start-ups taking a casual approach to the requisite business planning and data analysis needed to create a productive business.
Just like climbers take their sport seriously, gym owners don’t play around when it comes to their business.
The thought of competing on a scale with larger industry-staple brands is intimidating and overwhelming.
As was the case with a recent early-stage gym owner that felt lost as a small start-up in a sea of big and established gym companies, and was considering abandoning their plans altogether before landing on a partnership with the all-American climbing gym builder, Vertical Solutions.
The early years of the industry saw gym owners figuring their businesses out on-the-fly, with no prior model to adopt for success.
The continued industry growth has witnessed a trend towards larger operations that require big-money and large scale professional construction sites, as compared to climbing gyms historically being boot-strapped businesses, mostly self-funded smaller scale DIY projects.