Many times when it comes to writing a business plan operators are anxious to get this step correct. Usually the only reason a plan is written up is to present the bank with a document to gain approval of finance for the business. Or it could be because the operator knows that all the big corporations have business plans, so it makes sense to write one up as well. Many times money is spent on a sample café business plan, which 99.9% of the time ends up gathering dust on the shelve. So here is a depiction, how to write a simple restaurant, café business plan which will actually be of use.
In essence, here is a great way to think of superior business planning. Imagine you are taking a road trip from California to New York. No planning ("flying by the seat of your pants") would involve you getting in the car and driving "East" on every freeway you come across. Adequate planning would involve mapping out your course, planning where to stay overnight, where to eat, sights to see, and so forth.
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.
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