Seattle WA Zero Waste Store Roadmap Online Business Planning Program Launched

Scoop Marketplace (206-339-1383), a zero waste grocery store based in Seattle, has launched its professional roadmap and business planning program service for clients looking to open a zero waste store in their local area.

Scoop Marketplace, a zero-waste grocery store based in Seattle, Washington, has announced the launch of its business planning program service to help entrepreneurs who are interested in setting up a zero-waste online or physical store.

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With the latest announcement, the store aims to provide a business course to help clients open a physical or online store without going through the usual hassle of launching a business. Stephanie Lentz, the founder of Scoop Marketplace, is ready to collaborate and share her resources, knowledge, and experience with future clients who are planning to build a zero-waste store.

For the business planning program, Lentz is offering a limited time enrollment that comes with special bonuses. The newly-launched course can help any future store owner who is having trouble writing a business plan, choosing a location, working with vendors, and dealing with other store planning issues.

The business module is designed to guide clients from the beginning of the planning stages to the grand opening of the store. It covers a range of topics, such as networking, setting up shop, business structure and finance, finding the right location, funding, hiring, and inventory management. It provides clients with the required checklists, templates, and systems to help them avoid costly mistakes.

Scoop Marketplace is a zero-waste grocery store in Seattle that provides customers with an efficient shopping experience, such as a variety of package-free groceries in one easily accessible location. To save customers time and money, the store eliminates disposable packaging for their groceries by sourcing all of their products in bulk.

Stephanie says: “Since my early days of business planning, I have operated a pop-up shop, opened a brick and mortar store, hired employees, built a community of supportive customers, and launched an online ordering system that tripled our revenue during a pandemic. I have learned and done more than I would have ever thought possible and I want you to be able to pick up where I left off, and learn from my mistakes so that you can avoid them and accelerate your progress.”

Interested clients looking to set up a zero-waste store can find more information by visiting the website above.

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