Tips To Consider After Opening An EMS Studio
Welcome to the world of EMS. By opening an EMS studio, you’re about to start an exciting journey that will allow you to be your own boss and make a real difference in people’s lives.
There will be some challenges and twists as you navigate your way in the EMS industry — but behind the ups and downs, there will also be lots of fulfilment and compensation.
We believe opening an EMS studio can be an exciting and profitable process, especially If you allow yourself the chance to sit back every now and then and enjoy the fruits of your work. We surely realize that’s not always easy to accomplish, especially when you’re first getting started on the EMS market. After all, there’s so much to consider as you get your EMS studio off the ground. But due to the fact that we’ve been helping our buyers open their EMS studios for over 8 years, we have a few recommendations that can really help you transition smoothly into your new role and make running your EMS studio more enjoyable.
Don’t go alone in the EMS industry
The fact is, no matter your type — introvert or extrovert, creative or logic-driven, we all benefit from the help of others in some aspects of our lives. This is especially real in business. Many new EMS studio owners are so happy to be finally living their dream as bosses that they’re reluctant to ask for help or assign responsibilities to others. But support is such an important part of the EMS business model and we want you to take advantage of it, whether you’re a Fit Express or not.
When buying the EMS equipment from Fit Express, you can count on our continuous training and support, designed to prepare you for every aspect of running and managing your EMS studio.
If you have questions or concerns along the way, our team is there to guide you. Just call us or send an email. We want you to feel free and focus on other sides of your EMS studio, while still enjoying being your own boss.
Good things really come to those who wait. Every new EMS studio owner should embrace this saying. Way too often, individuals assume all they have to do is buy the EMS equipment, hire a personal trainer and start seeing a profit, but the fact is, it takes minimum 9-10 months before most new EMS studios start breaking even.
Of course, each EMS studio is unique and the owner who works harder and dedicates more time to his EMS studio is most likely to see a quicker return. But the point is, new EMS studios need time to grow, to establish a community and to integrate well into it. It’s important to be patient and give your EMS studio that time, because when you do, your chances for long-term success highly improve.
Stick to your business plan
You may be tempted to deviate from your business plan and while there is some room for flexible decisions, you should stick with the initial setup to increase the chance of success.
Get the word out through marketing
You can’t succeed as an EMS studio if you don’t get the word out in your local community. Don’t underestimate the importance of advertising your new EMS studio — and here again, we can help! Our in-house specialists have extensive knowledge that you’ll be able to apply in your EMS studio in order to reach your best customers.
Just because you’re now inside the EMS industry, doesn’t mean you’ve learned everything about it. In fact, we guarantee it’s quite the opposite. When you open an EMS studio, you set yourself up for constant progress. Everyday will present new discoveries, rewards and challenges, meeting customers with unique needs and goals who expect you to help them reach those goals.
EMS equipment evolves, personal trainers come and go and best EMS studio practices change within time. That means you have to take advantage of the resources your EMS studio currently has, stay curious about the EMS market and keep yourself active in your local community for as long as you’re in the EMS business.
If you’re ready to be your own boss and open an EMS studio, contact us via phone or email.