Experimac Plano Profiled in Star Local Media

Jim Spisak of Experimac, Plano was recently profiled in Star Local Media

Business address: 4709 W Parker Rd, Suite 440, Plano, TX 75093

Website http://experimac.com/plano-tx/

Phone: 623-385-9932

Email: jim.spisak@experimac.com

Year opened: 2015

Number of employees: 4

What does your business offer that is unique compared to similar businesses?

We provide Apple specific expertise on multiple generations of products. Help is immediately available, no appointment needed. We offer a 90-day warranty on products and repairs.

What is the most important part of your job on a daily basis?

Ensuring our customers are completely satisfied with their experience at Experimac.

What are your keys to success?

High quality people and products

What surprises you most about your job?

The variety of customers that benefit from what we offer. Apple products are very user friendly and tailored to wide variety of consumers.

Tell us something most people wouldn’t know about your company.

We stock parts that allow us to complete most repairs in just a few hours.

Source: Star Local Media

Jim and Jamie Spisak Featured in Dallas Morning News

Jim Spisak and his daughter, Jamie, were recently featured in The Dallas Morning News.

Jim Spisak, 59, and Jamie Spisak, 28, both left careers in corporate America to launch a business of their own. Last month the father-daughter duo will opened their Experimac franchise location at 4709 W. Parker Rd., in Plano.

Experimac is a one-of-a-kind retail storefront concept that specializes in sales of pre-owned Apple® computers and devices; repair of laptops, phones and tablets; trade-ins of existing devices; system updates; and sales of accessories.

Such life-changing career decisions were once considered fraught with uncertainty, but in today’s economy, the reaction is much more likely to be, “Good for you! I wish I was doing the same.”

And apparently, more people are doing just that. According to a Harris Poll conducted in April of 1,553 unemployed people, nearly one-fifth had quit their jobs due to an improved economy and labor market. Staffing firm Express Employment Professionals commissioned the poll.

It might come as a surprise, but each month almost three million Americans voluntarily leave their jobs. According to the most recent figures from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 2.7 million “voluntary quits” in September. The number of quits has held steady between 2.7 million and 2.8 million for the past 13 months after increasing steadily since the end of the recession.

“It’s a great feeling to say that we are going to be running a family business after both my daughter and I came out of corporate America,” Spisak said.
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Source: The Dallas Morning News