The business plan for notary business should show the market opportunity your notary services will find in the immediate area of your operations. Will you freelance for law firms, take on individual assignments, or seek out affiliate work? If your notary business revolves mainly around one industry sector (most commonly law), show the size and shape of this industry in your city or state. Also, if you are able to sell any services or products beyond notarization, list and describe these too. Other components of the plan:
• Who are the closest and best established competitors?
• What staffing needs will you have, if any besides yourself?
• What is the market need and what trends bear on your service?
• Who else will join you on the management team?
• When do you anticipate break even and how much lending do you need to launch or expand?
The business plan should also identify the marketing methods that will help you grow and, if you have prior experience in the industry, the plan should highlight this and demonstrate how you can parlay this familiarity into faster or greater revenues. The financial forecast should include sales, cash flow, profit and loss, balance sheet, break-even, and sensitivity analyses as well as a monthly chart for each table covering Year 1 of operations. MasterPlans can write the entire business plan for you and model the notary business based on current industry trends. Call us today for a free quote: 877-453-2011.
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