Eastvale, CA, May 4, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Jeffery David Whippo of Eastvale, California, returned home to Staten Island last week to fulfill his lifelong dream of extending his practice. Whippo, currently involved in medicine for the last 22 years of his career, has always dreamed of owning his own business. “For most people, it may seem like a crazy dream, to own my own practice, but for me, this is freedom!” Jeffery says with a smile.
Jeffery Whippo has spent the last 20 years saving 20% of his income for this business venture. “I’m putting down well into the six figures for these locations, so I have a lot riding on this. I hope they do well, but to be honest, as long as I can make a decent return, I’ll be happy just to be my own boss.” says Whippo.
" I spoke with Jeffery Whippo about his plans and I was blown away. He has literally run algorithms to see what areas will be the busiest, at what times, when people will have the highest demand, which competition is already in the area. He's thought of everything!"
Jeff Bokins, local business owner
Jeffery David Whippo visited with local construction companies this week with his family to negotiate his first 2 locations. Once he obtains his permits from the city, the next step will be to determine the top locations. “We know of 2 of the locations now, and we know there is a need for more within a certain vicinity; we just don’t know the exact block or corner where they will be placed,” says Whippo.
Jeffery Whippo wouldn’t be the first entrepreneur to move to New York to start a business, but other business owners in the area can’t recall as much planning going into something that most figured was pretty simple. “I thought you just obtained a business license, took out a loan and got to work,” said Jeff Bokins, a local business owner. “But I spoke with Jeffery Whippo about his plans, and I was blown away. He has literally run algorithms to see what areas will be the busiest, at what times, when people will have the highest demand, which competition is already in the area. He’s thought of everything!”.
Jeffery’s goal is to be operational by the first week of 2018, and so far he says he is on track. He returns home this week to continue working his job, where he will continue to work until October of this year. After that, he plans to move to NY full time and begin rolling out his practice to the general public. While other people may have quit their lucrative career to open up their own business previously, none will probably ever be excited about it as Jeffery David Whippo.
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