Business PlanMaker: Business PlanMaker offers a step by step interview approach to helping you build your business plan. They have many samples to help guide you and if you are stuck and at a loss for what to say they have suggested phrases to use. When you are ready to publish your plan you can do so in your preferred format whether that may be e-mail, Microsoft Word, or the like.
So, in the end, I encourage you to realign whatever preconceived notions you may have of the business planning process and view it not as a daunting task or a necessary evil of running a successful business. Instead, view it as yet another opportunity, the chance to help make your dreams into a reality by mapping out the needs of your business, your customers, your employees, your suppliers, your community...and yourself!
The trouble with sample café business plans is exactly as the name proposes. It is a sample plan. The information is based on a generic café, and therefore it neglects the fact that every cafes situation is different. Therefore, for the plan to become effective it must be tailored to the restaurant or cafes current situation. The fact is that a lot of the information contained in these plans is useless for everyday operation and growth of the restaurant.
Always start with the overall summary of the business plan. Having the executive summary at the start of the business plan allows the reader to know what you want from the very beginning. This will help the reader to understand your points and methods as they read on in the document. Far too often, some business plans include the summary much later on in the document. It is best to clearly state what your business direction and desires are.