Design and Development : The design and development will allow investors to understand your business product design and the production methods. The development of the marketing and the company itself should be included. It is also useful to include the budget for development.
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.
Goals : Set out some growth targets and other goals over the short and medium terms. Goals for a catering service could be the number clients, the number of events, total revenue or average profit margins on events. Refer to your business plan regularly and push yourself to keep up with the goals that you set.
Outline any competitive advantages that you may have. Do you have any catering business qualifications or skills? Have you have experience in the hospitality industry? Do you have existing relationships with suppliers or prospective clients?
how to write a business plan
business plan step by step
business plan for student