The curtain business plan should prove that your business has a viable market opportunity by providing relevant statistics about the market in your area of operations. Your products and services description should tell whether you will manufacture, design, or service (clean) curtains and whether your target buyers are commercial entities or residential consumers. A curtain manufacturer should highlight the types of curtains you'll make and the specs (sizes, types, colors) as well as the COGS you face in their creation. A cleaning or installation service has a simpler task with the financial model, but the plan still must address:
• The target buyers and their numbers
• The closest competing business models
• The marketing you can do
• The personnel you'll need
• The way you'll allocate the seed money
A use of funds table is the first part of the financial forecast and a vital component, but it is not the only section that will require some working assumptions on your part. You should be able to break out the costs you'll face in a monthly detail for the first year and the sales you envision for the same period. You will ultimately need a profit and loss table and a break-even point identified, and they should both be reasonable based on what comparable businesses have achieved. Your market analysis can and should help inform these parts of the plan. The business plan writing expert team at Portland, Oregon's MasterPlans.com can write the curtain business plan for you. Call us today at 877-453-2011 to learn more!
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