•What inspired you to become an entrepreneur, and what are your long-term goals for your business?
1. I was inspired when I finally realized that everyday 9:00 to 5:00 and 401K was a dream killer. Our long-term goals are to create the first ever small bore engineering school in the United States and to continue developing new technology.
•How do you plan to scale your business and increase its market share over the next few years, and what steps are you taking to achieve this?
2. With new innovations, building and solidifying customer loyalty, employ talented technicians & engineers, developing better relationships with bigger companies & deploying effective advertising.
•What are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced as an entrepreneur so far, and how have you overcome them?
3. Trying to keep all our customers happy and satisfied. Overcoming failure is a part of business, it’s truly just something that you must experience in order for you to figure out The next step. Overcoming is not an option.
•How do you stay up to date with the latest trends and innovations in your industry, and what steps do you take to ensure you’re always learning and growing as a business owner?
4. Keeping a close eye on customer ideas and questions, what they find appealing, what looks good, what sounds good & what feels good. We are deeply submerged & well connected in the Bike Life community all around the world. We normally don’t miss anything when it comes to new innovations and trends in our community.
•Can you tell us about a time when you made a mistake in your business, and what did you learn from that experience?
5. There are many mistakes to be made in our line of work, but in order for you to succeed you must be willing to fail. We experienced a mass amount of thefts for about a month straight. Two of our most loyal customers vehicles were stolen under our supervision. We ended up getting them back after about 3 months. We then assured them that they would never have this problem again by giving them their vehicles back with very expensive GPS monitoring systems and luckily they were ecstatic.
•How do you manage risk as an entrepreneur, and what steps do you take to mitigate potential losses or setbacks?
6. Owning any business is risky, truly everything that we do in life is risky. & For all those entrepreneurs out there that don’t understand or know this phrase,