Episode 49 – Opening a Computer Store Part 3

Today we will continue our discussion with an IT service provider who opened his own computer store and find out what it can cost to set up an real brick and mortar store of your own.

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Intro to Topic 1:53
Today we’ll continue our discussion with Pat Palmer of The Computer Guy and learn more about how he opened his store. We’ll learn how he utilized floor space in more than one way to maximize his investment, some of the costs involved in setting up the store and how inventory management can make or break your bottom line. Part three of a six part series.

Interview with Pat Palmer 17:56

Part 4 Teaser :27

Wrap up and Close :46

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