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Old 02-24-2010, 07:32 PM
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I am doing some market research for a small senior services start up business and thought this forum would be a great place to get some useful information. Please feel free to respond to any of the questions I have asked or to just throw in your two cents on the topic of senior services.

1. As a senior citizen, would you be interested in the following?

-Personal training for seniors, senior concierge (bill paying, administrative duties, house cleaning, meal preparation, errand running.), relocation assistance.

2. What areas (cities) of the United States do you believe have the most potential for success in this industry?

3. What other services targeted toward senior citizens would you be interested in? Feel free to list as many as you would like.

Thank you for any help you may want to provide! This business start up is intended to help as many people as possible!
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