A cookie company business plan can be used for a retail bakery, a cookie company that bakes products and sells wholesale directly to coffee shops and stores, or a business that manufactures, packages, and distributes cookies and candy on a grand scale. Depending on the specifics of your business model, the number of years you've been in business, and the source/amount/use of funds you have in mind, the business plan will take shape as either a lending document, an operational plan, or a business plan for investment. The cookie business plan will need to cover:
• Your products and services in detail
• The business/distribution model
• The target customer
• The marketing plan
• Your likely personnel needs
The ideal cookie business plan will not skimp on industry and market data, nor will it take shortcuts on the financial model that explains the sales (and, ultimately, profits) anticipated, as well as the return on investment you project. The model needs to point out where your funding comes from, what it's spent on pre-revenue, the cash burn rate and break-even point, and the balance sheet for the life of your projections. This can be tough but the team working at MasterPlans knows a lot about cookies and how to get a cookie business in position for funding. Our experts can write this business plan for you in as little as one week! Call now to speak with someone -- it's free: 877-453-2011.
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