Opening a restaurant or other food business starter kit : how to prepare a restaurant business plan & feasibility study : with companion CD-ROM / Sharon Fullen
Book | Atlantic Pub. Group | 2005
Available at Gateway-Racine Campus General Collection (TX 911.3 M2.7 F8.35 2005)
284 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Ch.1. What is a business plan?
Ch.2. Who should write your business plan?
Ch.3. Hiring a business plan writer
Ch.4. Business plan software
Ch.5. What does a good business plan contain?
Ch.6. Writing a feasibility analysis
Ch.7. Your marketing plan
Ch.8. Financial data
Ch.9. Researching your business concept
Ch.10. Writing your plan
Ch.11. Getting your plan "published"
Ch.12. Mini strategic plans
Ch.13 Revising and updating your business plan
Ch.14. Business plan writing resources
Ch.15 Sample business plan
Restaurants are one of the most frequently started small businesses, yet have one of the highest failure rates. Survivors need a powerful strategic advantage: a sound business plan and feasibility study prior to opening. A business plan precisely defines your business, identifies your goals, and serves as your firm's resume. The basic components include a current and pro forma balance sheet, an income statement, and a cash flow analysis. It helps you allocate resources properly, handle unforeseen complications, and make good business decisions. Because it provides specific and organized information about your company and how you will repay borrowed money, a good business plan is a crucial part of any loan application. Additionally, it informs personnel, suppliers, and others about your operations and goals.
40.00 FD MGMT (10-316-1)