With most of the country’s economy shut down right now, it seems that all retail services businesses are nearly at ground zero of the economic impact zone of the crisis. Businesses that require person-to-person interaction to generate revenue are some of the hardest-hit businesses. They have gone from record-breaking revenues in our “service economy” to zero revenue overnight. The Swim School industry absolutely is in this category.
When we are younger, people are willing to give us as much support as we need. Parents, teachers, coaches, and good Samaritans always seem to be looking out for us, especially if we ask for help. As we get older we become more self-reliant and our safety net seems to get smaller and smaller until we don’t have one anymore. The support system we took for granted isn’t there anymore and we can feel alone. Some people thrive on going through life without any support, I am not one of those people. I am more than self-sufficient and can get along just fine on my own, but I thrive when I have the right team and support around me.
Safesplash swim school is poised to capitalize on the momentum and success it has garnered with sights set on further development internationally. Streamline Brands CEO, Matt Lane, sat down with Inc. Editor-at-Large, Leigh Buchanan to discuss SafeSplash's strategy for international expansion.
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