Market Analysis : Undertake some market research to get a better idea of the opportunities that currently exist in your market. Do a competitive analysis to get a better understanding of your competitors. Once you understand more about them, set out a plan for competing against them by offering something different in the way of menus and services.
Whether you are a veteran business owner, have recently begun your own venture, or are still in the dreaming stages, you have invariably spent many hours thinking about and envisioning your organization.
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.
Mission Statement : Try to sum up what the business will be about in a few short sentences. A mission statement is similar to a slogan. It is a quick way of letting readers know about the ideals and standards that a company represents. Putting profits aside for a minute, try to think about the purpose of the business. How is your catering business making people's lives better?