If this is a new niche marketing idea, you may want to feel out some of the hotels in your area first to find out if there is, indeed, a market for your idea. If this is an established idea, then you would need to first find out how much, if any, competition you will face. As for client base before company. You will not get a client base until you have a company and have signed them up. Prior to that, they are prospects, not clients.
by Herrmann - 10 hours ago
Logically, establishing the business first, but if both can be done simultaneously, nothing like that.
by Cowboy - 10 hours ago
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