It seems as manufacturing jobs have migrated to other countries and as retail jobs have been slowing due to online sales that more and more jobs are in the service business. Having participated in this sector during my career as an entrepreneur I noticed the need for consultants and advice. When starting a service business there is much to learn and more often than not, you cannot find it in an MBA class. So what is a start-up service entrepreneur to do, considering they will probably start by working out of their home and going to the client's home or business to do the work?
Well, I believe we need better Portal Websites for exactly this purpose. If someone were to start an online resource like this, I'd sure be willing to help them out and I am sure other veteran service industry folks would also, think how many people formerly of the mobile service business are on LinkedIn? Maybe they can steer interested people to your Blog, writings or offerings - that is if you were to take up the cause and start such a website? Do you have a Mobile Business Portal website now? Do you run a mobile service business and think you could help others across the nation in your sector?
It seems mobile businesses need a lot of back-office Chemical/Oil & Gas Directory stuff (accounting, scheduling, software, routing, incoming tele-marketing) and franchisors of mobile business models need franchise buyers. People getting out of the military are EXTREMELY SUITED towards mobile businesses being 'take-action' types and they follow business plans and business models, manuals and instructions well, making them more successful in Biz Ops, Franchises or start-up mobile businesses with the right set of instructions and network behind them?
Most start-up mobile businesses need help and funding, so a portal website could capitalize on these needs? Is that kind of what you are doing? Personally, I have many business plans for mobile businesses, and there are other places to find marking plans, so maybe all of these should be on one website?
Now then, currently, I am retired and not really promoting anything, although I do believe in mobile enterprises due to cost-structure and ROI, just as I like "Internet Businesses" and online retail, it just makes so much sense to me for so many reasons. I've put a lot of thought into this whole 'mobile business" thing over the years, in hindsight of what I had done, and also with regards to all the experiences and success I've had doing it. I'd be happy to pass that information on to the next group of entrepreneurs, and I guarantee you, I am not alone.