The boys and girls club business plan is a document that defines the vision and roadmap for a community center or non-profit program that centers on young people. While typically these business plans are for non-profit ventures (501c3), there are profit-based boys and girls clubs in the US as well. The way you approach your business plan varies depending on which type of venture you have in mind. A non-profit model should show a gradual depletion of funding with a positive cash balance, while a for-profit plan would include components such as investor return, Y3 or Y5 net profit markers, and other benchmarks more common of the for-profit venture. Either way, your plan will need to show:
• A concise executive summary
• A description of central services and the market need
• A look at competitive comparables
• A bio for each member of the management team
• A sensitivity analysis
The boys and girls club-type plan should also have a section dedicated to describing the marketing campaigns you could put in place to drive up enrollment. Will you market online, through print ads, using the radio, or by referrals and networking? Show that you have some solid ideas for building up traffic to the club. Also provide a 5-year pro forma that offers investors, bankers, or partners a glimpse into the likely performance of the club. MasterPlans has written full business plans for community rec centers and childrens programs from Oregon to Florida. Call us today to learn more about how our services can benefit you: 877-453-2011.
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