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Old 12-13-2011, 04:40 PM
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What's the climate for opening a health/fitness/self-defense business in Australia? Is it better to do so after living there a while or could it be worthwhile to set the wheels in motion before hand?

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Cold is good climate for opening health/fitness/self-defense( I think you are talking about Karate) business. You have raised a very good topic.


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Your question is a bit ambiguous.Please give a bit clear picture of what you mean with the climate?Thanks


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What's the climate for opening a health/fitness/self-defense business in Australia? Is it better to do so after living there a while or could it be worthwhile to set the wheels in motion before hand?

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WA & QLD have the best climate.


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Your question is a bit ambiguous.Please give a bit clear picture of what you mean with the climate?Thanks
Agreed to what allison wrote.
Climate???


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Getting a good mouth publicity hepls in this business. So if you live in that place and build contacts it helps in long term.


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Living at one place and making new friends helps you to grow in long term and also you come to know the purchasing capability and product market in the area.


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