The mobile device market is constantly changing. Not only are there smartphones, you now have tablets, Bluetooth devices, smartwatches, and a wealth of accessories to go with them. And the underlying technology and communication networks that connect them are updating and improving on an annual, quarterly, and even monthly basis. Meaning that you as a business owner need to stay up-to-date and ahead of emerging technology trends to stay ahead of the competition.
One simple way to do so is by starting with a well-established business plan. You can check out our sample business plans for cell phone retailers, telecom providers and a number of other technology-based retailers to get started.
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Cell Phones Retailer Business Plan
Garbles Cellular’s mission is to offer its customers the highest quality cell phone products and services.
Computer Hardware Reseller Business Plan
AMT is an ongoing business computer reseller which also provides service and support.
Computer Software Retailer Business Plan
Eagle Computers is a computer and software start-up retailer in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Business to business, business to consumer, Internet cafe. Wireless networking systems.
Computer Support Business Plan
I Tech Solutions is a start-up company providing professional computer consulting services in Botswana.
Computers Reseller Business Plan
Crest Systems is a Value Added Reseller (VAR) focusing on delivering industry specific inventory management hardware/software systems.
Electronics Retailer Business Plan
Safe Current is a start-up business offering a family of electrical surge arrestors and surge protectors to consumers.
Software Sales Business Plan
Corporate Software Sales (CSS) will act as the direct sales arm of a software manufacturing firm based in Oregon.
Telephone Sales Business Plan
University Telephones will offer State University students landline phones, cell phones, and cell phone plans.
Wi-Fi Kiosks Business Plan
Stroll Net, a start-up company, will install Wi-Fi compatible, Internet access kiosks in public venues, offering customers casual walk-up anytime access to World Wide Web applications.