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Running An Escort Business

What does running an escort business mean? What do you need to do and to understand to run a successful escort business? Trust me when I tell you that it is much more complicated than just finding a couple of girls willing to have sex for money and building a web site. Oh, I wish that was all there was to it!

I am sitting here building up the courage to start looking at my new online banking programme. I am, it has to be said, a bit of a wimp when it comes to things like this. It is not the technology or the banking as such that makes me break out into a cold sweat. I work with technology every day and I use online banking personally all of the time. And in dealing with clients, suppliers, staff and a vast array of the sexiest escort Geneva has to offer I must spend hours on my laptop, tablets or phone every day. So what is it? What could it be that brings out the fight or flight response in me every time?

Reading between my own lines I guess it is responsibility. Suddenly you are out there in the open and very obviously responsible to the “big outside world”. This could just mean talent and clients, but for me its the back room stuff of suppliers (technology, hosting etc) marketing (designers and social media geeks) and fiscal responsibility (Tax and VAT). Once you are in the system they all want a piece of you and suddenly you are no longer working for yourself but rather you are working to “feed the machine” So it got me thinking what do you need to start up and run a successful escort agency business. Here are just a few random notes to get you started

In our business, the escort business, there are always so many new startups popping up every day. Escorts and other associated suppliers feel like it is the quickest road to success and once they have a little success in escorting or in an associated business they feel that an escort agency can be the way to easy money! However, the fact is that if you look at normal business start ups only two out of ten startups survive the first 18 months of business and in our very competitive industry I am sure the figures are at least the same.

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