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Business plan: Washybar, Why Wash and Wait When You Can Drink and Wash?

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  1. Introduction
  2. The team
  3. Where do we want to be?
  4. Customer behaviour
  5. Population segmentation
  6. Objectives
  7. Conclusion

We want to create a new concept, allying a laundry in which anyone can come and make his washing, with a bar. This will allow people to do something while there are waiting for their clothes to be washed. This new concept will offer real convenience to the users of the laundry, allowing them to have a nice moment with their friends instead of waiting in a poor atmosphere. We want to help people in their every day life by making things easier. We all believe that making life easier to people, even more if they are quiet poor as they don't have a washing machine is important. We want everybody to be pleased by coming in our WashyBar. Even more important, we have a particular vision of what should be management. We want to create a friendly atmosphere and attitude between each of our employees so that they can be happy to work. For all our stakeholders, we want the best, the client is the king but we will take care of our employees too. It is important for the success of our business. It's a project that we lead with our heart and in which we put our deepest expectations. We really believe in it.

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