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  • Restaurant business proposal sampleIf youre about to open up a restaurant then you need to have a restaurant business planproperly written. You probably have a pretty good idea of some or perhaps most of thethings you need to include in your plan, but there are probably some things you dontknow you should include. So lets take a look at what you need to include when you writea restaurant business plan sample.Overall you need to include five bigger topics in your plan. These five topics are anExecutive Summary, History and Position to Date, Market Research, Business Strategyand Operations.The first thing you need to do when you write a restaurant business plan sample is towrite an Executive Summary. In the Executive Summary there are a few issues you needto address. These issues include: a description of the company, a mission statement,products and services you will offer, a financial forecast, and financing requirements. Allof this information will help lay the foundation for what your restaurant will do and howyou plan to do it.The next issue you need to write about is History and Position to Date. This will takethings a step further and lay even more of a foundation while including more details.While writing this part of your plan you should include: the companys mission, themanagement teams and key personnel, services (more in depth), a company history,guarantees and warranties youll offer, and your business structure.The third part of the business plan is arguably the most important. This will help youpredict how successful your business will be and how you can make your restaurant assuccessful as possible. This part should include: economic and social factors, competitiveenvironment, long-term opportunities, geographic area, customer description, targetcustomers, market definition, market opportunities, competitive analysis, competitiveadvantages, competitive positions, and potential future competition. All of thisinformation should be researched and then analyzed thoroughly. The answers youll getduring this part will be invaluable to the future success of your restaurant.The fourth topic you need to address while writing your restaurant business plan is yourbusiness strategy. This part should outline exactly how you will attract customers andhow you plan to keep them coming back. The topics you should address during this partare: customer incentives, advertising and promotion, sales and marketing, andcommission. The information you include in this part will directly lead to how well yourrestaurant is going to be doing.Finally you want to outline your operations. This final part will include the specifics ofhow your business will be run on a daily basis. This part should include things like: how
  • many employees youll have, what type of employees youll have, what youll serve, howyou want your menus to look, etc. Basically anything that goes into the daily operation ofyour business needs to be addressed in this final part.If you plan to open a restaurant then you need to have a restaurant business plan properlydone. Your plan should include the broad topics of Executive Summary, History andPosition to Date, Market Research, Business Strategy, and Operations. – You can download free ebooks about: restaurantmanagement forms, restaurant business plan, restaurant marketing plan sample,restaurant startup guide…