Financial Factors : The finance is always at the end of any business plan. This should include the finances that are expected to go in and out. Writing business plans is pretty simple and does not take too long to write. However careful research should be done before writing up your plan. The information included should be accurate to avoid any unexpected turn of events.
Management & Planning Tool : If you are like many other small business owners, you are not only the owner of the company, you are likely also actively involved in the day-to-day operations as the President/CEO, the marketing department, the IT department, the HR department...the list goes on and on! One of the most important things to remember in trying to bring all of this together into a cohesive and efficient package is that planning is vital!
Background : Include some information on the catering industry at both the national and local levels. Take note of industry trends and try to forecast future developments.
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.