Checklist For Starting An Aerial Sports Instruction Business

1. Create a Business Plan: Outline your company’s mission, operational plan, financial goals, target market and services offered.

2. Secure Financing: Consider small business loans, personal investments or crowdfunding.

3. Find the Right Location: Look for a space that’s big enough, safe and secure with plenty of room for both customers and instructors.

4. Purchase Equipment: Invest in training areas, netting, mats, aerial silks or hoops and other necessary tools.

5. Hire Instructors: Look for experienced trainers who are able to provide excellent instruction and customer service.

6. Advertise: Reach out to potential customers through social media, press releases, advertising campaigns or other methods.

7. Establish Policies & Procedures: Create rules for the facility including safety protocols, registration procedures and cancellation policies.

8. Monitor Progress: Regularly assess how your business is performing and adjust operations accordingly.

9. Stay Up-to-Date: Make sure that you are offering the latest in aerial sports instruction techniques, equipment and safety practices.

10. Celebrate Successes: Recognize achievements and successes of both instructors and customers to keep morale high.