I’ve also linked out to some other resources that can help you write your own business plan.
– The Small Business Administration (SBA) does an excellent job outlining the steps needed to create a business plan.
What began as a fun contest would eventually lead him down a path to business ownership.
Below is an outline of the key sections you’ll need to complete for a standard business plan with a brief description of the contents.
that follow the co-founder of S’wich It Up food truck Anthony Salvagno (shown on the right) as he creates a business plan, seeks funding, develops a concept, builds a menu, and ultimately launches his first food truck.
Each interview will highlight a different step in the business building process.
In this area you’ll also want to identify the type of customer that will frequent your establishment.
Any data about local trends that you can find will be useful to include as well like from IBIS World that forecasts growth in the United States food truck industry for the next 5 years.
However, if you’re entering a market like Los Angeles this section will be larger and more in-depth.
If you’re planning to enter a market that has 10 traditional taco trucks and you plan to start a traditional taco truck too, it will be to differentiate yourself from other vendors in the area.