Looking for a little more advice before I start executing this idea by next week. Now I have a few questions and I need your expertise on it. Any and all help is appreciated. - Josh Loe

Looking for a little more advice before I start executing this idea by next week. Now I have a few questions and I need your expertise on it. Any and all help is appreciated.

Hello r/entrepreneur. Its Hassan again. Some of you might remember me from a post about 12 hours ago. I’m back and this time with more direct questions. First I’ll explain what I hope to achieve then I ask the questions.

My business idea is going into retirement homes or go to people that are seniors, disabled or would just like to learn about computers from the very basic. The reason I want to do this is for many reason. One is that i love teaching people. Second reason is I’m a patient person which is usually a nice attribute to have when doing anything involving other people. Another reason is I feel like there is a huge market for this solely because of how fast technology is advancing and people of older age haven’t learned or seen a lot of these things in action and would love to learn. Another reason I want to do this is because it can help them reunite with family members or old friends they haven’t talked to in a while, AKA improve their social life.

Now is where I ask for help. From the last post, with your guys help I determined 2 things. 1. I want to have a business plan before I reach out to retirement homes or advertise. 2. I will offer my first lesson for free just to gain their trust in me.

The questions I have are
1. What exactly would this type of business be? Like what category?
2. What’s the best business plan template or what website can I use?
3. How would the pricing work?
4. How do I make a flyer?
5. Where do I start?

Thank you guys for your help. I hope these questions can be answered since I really want to pursue this. Along with the questions I also ask for your guys feedback in this type of business. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks again!



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