Serving Up A Great Café Business Plan


Serving Up A Great Café Business Plan

If you’re looking to start up a great café, you’ll need to have a strong vision for the kind of food you want to serve, the kind of atmosphere you want to create and the kind of community you want to be a part of. Whilst these are important, if you don’t take care of the business aspect of your café plan, you’ll have trouble getting financial backing and you might never turn your vision into reality.

You’ll want to consider the kinds of premises you’ll need, and the costs of renting as well as a deposit. The budget you have available and the projected profits you are expecting to generate are going to be key in making sure you identify the right building. Part of your business plan will also have to consider the fittings and decorations that your premises will need. You might want to search for a place that’s already fitted out or indicate funds in your plan that are set aside for fitting out your property with fresh gear. Overheads need to be considered too – things like energy, water, rubbish and recycling, business rates and insurance. Make sure you research these well, as having the right information in your business plan will ensure it is seen as far more credible by banks, and also give you a better chance at success.

When you’re budgeting for stock in your business plan, you’ll need to think about both your initial start-up costs for bulk stock purchases that will get you underway, but also your costings for regular purchases of fresh and dry stocks. In order to do this, you’ll need a credible way of planning for covers, and also have a strong sense of what your menu will entail and the cost price of each item you intend to sell. You’ll also want to make sure you’ve budgeted for wares like plates, cutlery, jugs and so on. People often under-estimate this amount, so make sure that you’ve researched this well.

It can be easy to forget about the costs involved in disposables and publicity, but these are a vital part of your business, and you need to make sure that your business plan recognises the costs you might face, and how you plan to budget for them.  If you get the basics right at the start, you’ll be in a good place to serve great food for years to come.

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