Business Plan Template for Restaurants

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Business plans tell a story: they also help you, the entrepreneur, refine your business operations and growth strategy, and communicate to potential investors that you’ve thought through every detail. When you’re opening a new restaurant, you need a plan. Whether or not you need investors, clearly articulating your vision with a business plan is a critical first step.

Our template coaches you through each section of the business plan, with a thorough list of topics to cover and details to include, with plenty of thought-provoking prompts to get you making decisions about how your business will look and be managed. Working through the outline will leave you with a fleshed-out, but concise, business plan that will get you started on developing your restaurant concept and approaching investors.

Need more help? Schedule a phone consultation with screenshare to coach you through the use of this template.

Thank you so much for making this the easiest, most enjoyable business plan experience ever.Kate Canney, The Neighborhood Farm

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