N-Compass TV is an indoor digital billboard business opportunity that takes the concept of the outdoor billboards and brings them inside area businesses, utilizing proprietary software to run digital-billboard advertising. By Nancy E. Williams
N-Compass TV is an indoor digital billboard business opportunity that takes the concept of the outdoor billboards and brings them inside area businesses, utilizing proprietary software to run digital-billboard advertising.
Because N-Compass TV specializes in working with local businesses, both large and small, it is a very scalable business model. Their dealers include retirees making a supplemental income of a few thousand dollars per month up to large-scale dealers with over 100 boards and making over $60,000 a month.
N-Compass TV is currently in 250 cities nationally. “We have doubled in growth during the last 24 months, and we are projected to double in growth again over the next 24 months,” said Ron Burford, director of business development and strategic partnerships for N-Compass TV.
But with a low cash investment of only $10,000, and a total investment of $35,000, how are dealer/owner revenues so strong? “We are not selling brick-and-mortar locations or anything that has a lot of heavy equipment. And there is no commercial space requirement. Our support team helps you build, run, and scale your business as large as you want it to be,” said Burford. And not having a significant upfront cash investment or high overhead allows dealers to focus on acquiring new customers. “Our dealers are not bound by an anchor of heavy debt. The conversion from startup to break-even and on to becoming cash-flow positive is in the top percentile of business opportunities out there. Most people getting into business for themselves are about how quickly they can get to profit. It’s very important! People want to be free, but what stops them is the length of time it takes to become profitable.” Burford explained that dealers can get to profitability quickly as long as they put in the work, trust, and follow the formula.
To learn more about N-Compass TV, visit n-compass.tv.
– Nancy E. Williams