Step by step transition from student life to opening your own business

Step by step transition from student life to opening your own business

  Core Values The first and most important step in launching our family-owned electronics repair company is to set the core values for our business. Some of the core values that we live by are respect, honesty, and trust. We believe that with these three core values and along with quality service, we can build a stable and strong foundation for our business. Our motto is: You break it, we fix it. So our main focus is to offer the best customer service to our customers in the business of electronics repair. Our employees will be the first interaction our customers will have with our company. Customers love their devices and we want them to know that when you shop with OB Electronics your devices are in good hands. We value our employees and we know that if we take care of our employees they will in return take great care of our customers and our customer’s electronic devices.   Goals Our next step to launching our family-owned business is to set several goals. Goals are important for any new owner that plans to start a business. We use a timeline with our goals in sequence. These goals are listed in our business plan on a set time limit. Our first goal is to find a location for our business. The ideal location would be in a high traffic area. This location should be visible to potential customers from the streets. The building should be able to hold enough space to complete the services that we are offering and (somewhat) attractive to the public eye. Another goal we are...

Typical Services and Prices for Mobile Device Repair in the Milwaukee Area

There are several places to go in the Milwaukee area to get your mobile devices fixed and repaired for reasonable prices. When your mobile device breaks down and it stops working there is a place you can go to get it back in its working condition. There are two places in Milwaukee; I recommend for you to go and get your mobile devices fixed and repaired. Milwaukee PC and Geek Squad are two reasonable places with affordable prices that will take good care of your devices. Some technicians will even show up at your house for free. The most common services offered in the Milwaukee area are as follows: virus and spyware removal, troubleshooting and repair, upgrade or replacement, data transfers/ system migrations/ restorations, technical support, data back up and or recovery, new hardware and setup configuration, software installation, network installation, support services and much more. Milwaukee PC offers fair rates and technicians with centuries of combined experience. For desktop diagnostics Milwaukee PC will charge a fee of $39.99. If your PC or tablet needs memory replacement Milwaukee PC will replace it free, if you purchase the memory from Milwaukee PC. Installation of a single hardware item, such as a video card, hard drive, motherboard, etc. Any internal or external items will be replaced for $29.99 up to $59.99. One of the popular repairs that customers request is replacement of cracked LCD screens.  Parts and labor to replace a LCD panel on an average 15.6’’notebook will cost you anywhere from $69.99 up to $179.99. Pricing varies based on model and difficulty of installation. Evaluation for upgrades, virus and spyware...

How repair of electronics saves the planet?

Tons of computers and mobile devices are thrown in the trash every year. The growing number of e-waste; includes other consumer electronics like TV’s, DVD’s, video cameras and telephones that reached the end of their usable life or have become obsolete due to advances in technology. When millions of e-waste are thrown in the landfills, they leave behind hazardous materials. People continue to spend on new Apple and Android devices and based on statistics, the demands are further increasing. If there is no e-waste recycling, the toxic and hazardous materials have a high potential to leach into the soil and water.  (Inet, 2015) Critical rare earths are present in every single electronic device made. 99% of them cannot be recovered for recycling. Compared to disposal, recycling creates more jobs and saves the earth’s natural resources. If more people learned to repair their own electronics there wouldn’t be a growing e-waste problem as the one we have today. One way to save the planet from e-waste is for non-profit organizations to teach people to learn how to repair their own electronic devices. The government should come up with a free or cheap fix-it-yourself stop shop. This place could provide tools, tutorials and parts needed for repair of electronic devices. People are throwing their electronic devices in the trash and some of those devices could be a valuable commodity to someone else. Once a person repairs their device they can decide to give it away as a gift, sell it for extra cash or donate their electronic devices to charity. Reuse and repair is better than recycling as it extends the...