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.
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.
It’s tough to argue that creating a formal plan will make you less likely to succeed in the business.
Title: Think of this as the first page of a book report. Include your business name and applicable contact information in this section.
There just happens to be a microphone in that room and we’re publishing it online so you all can listen in.
In this, the first chapter in the story we talk about Salvagno’s background (Hint: It doesn’t have anything to do with the food industry.) and go into detail about how he researched and developed his business plan.
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.