Ownership and Management : This section of your catering business plan should suggest whether you intend to structure your business as a sole proprietorship, a partnership or a limited liability company. If the business will have multiple owners then you should set out clearly what their respective interests will be and the role that they will play in the management of the business.
Keep in mind that even though the sample that I'm going to present to you here is effective, you have to work on it diligently so that you can get the results that it promises. The first step you need to take is to register your small business company. In here, you need to have your accounts established for payment and your site as well as social media pages established so that you can integrate them together in the near future. This may require a good amount of time and effort but once you get this done, it's done and you no longer have to do it over again.
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?
Operations : This section is important for including details on how the business will operate on a daily basis. Information that should be mentioned here includes location, administration, employees and equipment. Set out a plan of attack for catering an event. Outline some of the problems that you will be facing and offer some solutions.