Congratulations, you have made the decision to start a business. It might be your first or twenty-first decision, and all the applications for business licensing and permitting have been started. You have written your business model and formed a business structure. You have picked out an area and maybe, even, found an actual location. If all your ducks are in a row, you must keep the flow constant. Whether you are renovating a location or doing remodeling, now is the time for professional help. You will need furniture, lighting, a color scheme and an office and workstations. Now you need to contract an interior designer to create the perfect, unique touch that will turn your bar into a popular night spot. You and your interior designer will determine the traffic flow and seating arrangements and most importantly create a unique atmosphere for your entertainment business that will keep customers coming back.
The drinks served in a bar do not differ that much, there must be something bringing customers back. The owner and interior designer must work together to create a theme and atmosphere without offending anyone. The location must become popular with both men and women, couples and singles. Do not appeal to base interest because you will attract the kind of element without loyalty to any business. The bar must be sophisticated without being unfriendly to the average bar customer. But the nitty gritty will be solved by a competent interior designer. That person will be able to create a floor plan that works. Do not be like the pool player who puts a pool table in his family room only to find out there just isn’t enough room to play. Space planning is critical. Before any remodeling is done before the first hammer strike, have a plan in place for furniture requirements, tables, games, special requirements like wheelchair access facilities. With this plan in the business owner’s hands, he will then approach a commercial building contractor to do the physical work.
Thanks to the important work of the interior designer the commercial building contractor will be happy to see that a complete and detailed plan exists for him to estimate the price and complete the work. Saving time and completing the job without unnecessary delays is a bonus for both contractor and business owner. A satisfied customer, no matter what business, is the desired product of businesses everywhere.
Success Can Be the Result of Proper Planning
The owner of any entertainment enterprise must realize that customer satisfaction is what is needed. The customer must enjoy the time spent inside the business and want to come back. If the customer is more than happy, he will tell friends and family. A happy customer will also bring friends and family to this new and exciting business.
While the proper professional design of a future business is an important ingredient, it will not guarantee success but without a plan, your business will fail.