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Date Posted: Sun, Apr 28 2019, 16:45:48"
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Subject: Wow, how rude! Let's let the people of Penrith decide will we? Here's 2 questions for you...."Is it rude to assume people are too poor to afford dance classes for their children?" and "Is it rude to assume that someone has no business sense and needs you to tell them they are doing it all wrong?"..The answer to both is YES!
In reply to: It's all about doing your market research before setting up a business. OP 's message, "Yes, but it all depends of the population f the area and demand for the service. North Sydney has a larger, and more wealthy, population I would say than Penrith. Multiple businesses in an area is okay if there are enough people to use their services. I wouldn't think Penrith would have enough people who could afford Irish Dancing, to need two schools." on Sun, Apr 28 2019, 11:36:37"

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