Tag Archives: FLGS
I’ve been spending alot of time on the business plan for the store and setting up the on-line presence. The facebook, twitter, web site and customer forums are all up and running. Check us out at www.gamemeisters.com I’ve been working with the Vermont Small Business Development Center here in Randolph and they have been a […]
I’ve got 56 complete responses to the FLGS Market Research Survey. I’m working today to put several new data points into the business plan. I’m quite pleased with how the numbers came out on several of the questions. I’m leaving the survey up in case we get any late responders. It’s at http://www.skoda.net/survey/
The two week survey run is almost up. Please share this http://skoda.net/survey/ Right now I’ve got 52 completed surveys with a ton of great data that will help build the store to provide the goods and services people want.
I’m still watching the market research survey and we seem to have hit a plateau in responses. To try to expand the responses I’ve posted flyers on the community bulletin boards in libraries, grocery stores, pizza places, and other spots in hopes that I’ll get more people to respond and get a better sample for […]
I’m working on building a Friendly Local Game Store in Randolph. So far I’ve been working in the business side of things: business plan, market research, financial matters, etc. To have something meaningful in the primary market research section of the plan I started an on-line survey to get some market data. The survey is […]
I am looking into the possibility of opening a Friendly Local Game Store (FLGS) in Randolph. This is a huge undertaking with a high degree of risk. In order to get a feel for how much interest is out there and how many customers we might expect I’ve put together a market research survey. It’s […]
Monday the 22nd I went up to Montpelier to check out The Book Garden as a more local Friendly Local Game Store, the alternatives being in Burlington or West Leb. The store is small and had a small but good selection of the better board games: Dominion, Puerto Rico, Quarriors, 7 Wonders, Munchkin, Ticket to […]