URBANCRAZY (MOBILE) LIMITED
Specialising in all areas of mini golf (and more!), UrbanCrazy design, construct, and operate bespoke recreational courses for any budget. They have provided service for an impressive portfolio of big-name businesses, as well as individual birthdays and weddings. Continuing as market leaders, they intend to set up another location in London with the money raised, forecasted to increase their profits to £80,000.
Bringing fun across the UK, one mini golf course at a time
Our success is evident. We are proud to have had our courses seen on The One Show, A Question of Sport, and Blue Peter, among others, and to have installed courses in locations like the Royal Albert Hall, Selfridge's, and Alton Towers. Companies that we have worked with include Samsung, McDonalds, and Ben & Jerry's; our personal favourite was working with Doritios, for whom we created an exciting, original game! We also support the mini golfing community, sponsoring the Great British Mini Golf Team.
Creativity and the practical skills needed to execute our ideas is fundamental are how we work as we take each course from the initial design and planning stage to operation. We are on hand and talking to our clients throughout the process, combining their vision with our expertise. Our regularly updated blog, Twitter, and Youtube pages help us engage with the public, establishing us as industry pioneers. We are not just fun and games, though: all of our courses and the equipment we offer are of the highest quality and meet safety regulations.
To extend our success, we aim to keep adding to our extensive portfolio. Therefore, with the funds raised, we will set up a new mini golf location in Palmers Green, London, which will give us a forecasted profit of £80,000.
Where will the funds go?
A. Hello Robert, sorry I had answered the questions but had to remove them yesterday temporarily.
I will repost the answers
A. Our other areas of business have increased, for example the sales of playing equipment to minigolf courses predominantly around UK. Our profits last year were also held back due to us building new games for us to hire such as our www.dartscrazy.com game
A. We will utilise our existing staff, we have our own equipment and our directors will also be injecting funds
A. This would be the first of our own sites. The sites we build for others normally return a profit in the first 2 - 3 years
A. 2016 were quite a way up compared to 2015
A. We have not built any permanent courses this year though the figures for the other areas of our business are up. We are in discussions with a few permanent builds currently.
A. We built some permanent courses the year before which carried a bigger turnover
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