Writing your Abattoir Business Plan is a vital task when starting up your Abattoir Business. It will ensure you
· set targets,
· collate all your ideas,
· plan for the future of your Abattoir Business, and
· verify that your ideas are realistic and workable.
Your Abattoir Business Plan is an essential tool for attracting finance and it should be a dynamic document, reviewed regularly to help you measure the performance of your business.
The Abattoir Business Plan is for you and it can help you to:
·Bring together your ideas and research into a structured format. ·Decide whether your business will be commercially viable. ·Show you when your business will be commercially viable. ·Communicate your ideas to any partners or staff.
·Predict your future and show the pitfalls and address them before they threaten the success of your Abattoir Business. ·Set out the strategy for the business.
·Explain your marketing strategy and how it will be implemented. ·Set out your targets and objectives, including sales and financial targets, so you can monitor your business' performance on a continuing basis.
Your Abattoir Business must stand out from the crowd, so make it as easy to read as possible, and leave out jargon. You must ensure that there is no contradiction. The figures in your plan for expenditure must be the same amounts as you put in your financial forecasts; if they do not then your business plan loses credibility.
The plan must be realistic and so you must show evidence to back up any claims you make, and the plan will need to show that the business will be able to support you and any borrowing requirements you may have.
And you need to show how investors get their money back!
The Abattoir Business Plan
Table of Contents
Include a table of contents listing the main sections and page numbers in the plan. If it is difficult to find key information among a mass of text that has no logical index the person assessing the business plan will be frustrated, and so less likely to consider the plan positively.
Briefly summarize the Abattoir Business Plan in less than two pages. It is the first, maybe the only, thing that an investor will read and so
·Make sure it is well written,
·Ensure it excites and
·It must stand out from the many other Abattoir Business plans an investor or lender will receive.
To make your executive summary different just list 4 things
·Why is your business, your products, your service different? Why are you different? ·What is your experience? What is your experience of the Abattoir industry? ·Why does all of this make your Abattoir Business profitable? Have you demonstrated this in your plan? ·How, and when, will investors get their money back?
Make sure you also list
·The business name, its owners and address.
·Details of the products and services you are going to sell. ·A summary of your target market and competition.
·The amount of finance needed, for what purpose and over what term. ·The amount of money you are personally investing.
Abattoir Business description and purpose
·What exactly will your Abattoir Business do?
·What are the exact products and services?
·How will your products and services differ from those offered by your competitors? ·Why should customers want to come to you and how will you differentiate your business to make it successful?
If you cannot describe your business in two or three sentences then you need to rethink your business idea, focusing on your business' core purpose, target audience and mission.
Legal status and licenses
What legal status will your business have?
Are you intending to be a
Investors may also be concerned about the legal status of the business and the impact on liability, and you need to be sure that you have...