The Team You Need to Open a New Location (Part 2) [7FMS Ep. #72]

by Daniel Patterson


Earlier this year, Nate opened a new location.

In opening this location, he did things differently than he did when he opened previous locations.

In this episode, Nate talks about how he relied much more heavily on a team of people around him as he opened Brooklyn Music Factory’s new location..

And how it made opening this new location a slam dunk.

There are a few emotional moments in this episode…

Because building relationships and enrolling others in your vision is a powerful part of crafting your business!

Whether you are opening a new location now or in the next few years…

Or you just want to get more out of your current location…

There’s something in this episode for you!

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Here’s what we cover in the episode:

  • The 5 people you need to successfully open a new school
  • How to approach collaboration as a business owner
  • The people you need to ask for input when opening a new location
  • How to delegate design and creativity without losing your vision
  • How to develop a new location “wish list” with your landlord
  • How to develop a new location “wish list” with your community manager

We’d love to hear from you… what was your big takeaway this episode? What questions do you have?

We won’t know unless you reach out and tell us!

You can do so by contacting us here.

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Daniel Patterson is a private teacher, writer, and marketing consultant for music schools. He began teaching in 2004. He co-founded and led marketing operations for a summer music camp that sees over 200 children each summer.

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