Let's get right to the point. You go into business to make money. Sure, you are motivated by other things that draw you towards specific types of businesses, but in the end the business has to make money. If it doesn't, it's a hobby.
You might think that in a business like JumpBunch, which depends on school host locations, the summer months mean a significant drop off in activity.
This doesn’t have to be the case if you are willing and prepared to pivot to market changes. While it is true that some schools close for the summer, those that stay open year round experience a dramatic shift in numbers and ages of children in attendance. Plus, with children not in school, additional seasonal programs offering parents ways to keep their kids positively engaged and active are now available.
It's a legitimate question. There are many things that might be called a kids fitness program, but you have to look beyond the name to fully understand how they deliver on the promise the description implies. Of course, as a parent, you might not even know what to expect from a true kids fitness program. Let's give you some answers to both of those questions.