Football is everyone’s favorite, useful, interesting game. Paid field for mini-football is a rather promising business idea, but in the presence of start-up capital. To open this kind of business you need:
land (the size of the parameters for the field for mini-football);
necessary sports facilities and equipment (gates, changing rooms, showers, small stands if desired).
A healthy lifestyle is always relevant for everyone. Carry out an experiment – on social networks interview all your friends who are ready to run on a good paid field for indoor soccer. I am sure that even girls will be among those who wish. For a modest fee, even if $ 3 for three hours, there are always and everywhere who want to play football. Better than spending money on beer, improving your health with football. For you, as for a landlord of a paid mini-field, this is not at all a modest fee. In football, the team has 11 people. Two teams per hour of the game will bring you $ 22. Every weekend two three matches is already a substantial income per month. In addition, you can earn on weekdays. If you make a small advertisement for a paid football field, you can get customers every day. Together with the paid field, you can additionally receive income from the rental of space for banners of advertisers, sports brands. Continue reading
The nature of the fakaps is a strange thing. On the one hand, you kind of learn from your mistakes. On the other hand, you always repeat them. The magic rake transforms in different situations, and you step on them again. Fools learn from their mistakes, smart from strangers. If you are reading this article, you’re 200% more prepared to conduct your business than me.
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Happiness loves silence: keep relatives away from your business
“Friendship is friendship, but money apart,” my grandmother used to say when my close friend Katka and I spent all our pocket money on a couple. No, we were not from elite families where, since childhood, “they have been taught to manage personal finances. Continue reading