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.
You want folks that read this section to be able to clearly envision the kind of sensual experience they’ll receive at your food truck.
Market Analysis: For smaller markets with a couple hundred thousand people living nearby this section might be short and include just 4 – 5 other trucks.
It’s not food truck specific, but it gives you what you need and there’s plenty of valuable information here.
This business plans aren’t for food trucks specifically, but I found a couple that you can take a peek at from other industries that might provide some additional information: . 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.
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.
Completing this process can be helpful in understanding everyone’s role on the team. This is the section you finally get to describe your food.
I recommend outlining the main menu items and any signature dishes that you have in this section.