Writing a mobile massage business plan? The mobile massage business concept is a direct and simple one -- and the business plan that will sell the idea can be likewise, if done properly. Your business plan for mobile massage needs to show that you have an adequate market opportunity to be successful and that you have a solid understanding of what your financial situation will likely be over a period of three years post-funding. You should be able to detail the use of loan proceeds and show when you can complete the payback. The financials are educated guesswork in many cases, but educated is the operating word! Other factors your mobile massage plan should address:
• How much money do you need to launch?
• What asset purchases and equipment leases are required, if any, before you see your first client?
• Where/how will you obtain new accounts?
• What (demographically) does your target user look like?
• Can you define the market need? This is important to the SBA.
Mobile massage plans must also include a description of the services and package deals available (30-minute vs. 60-minute, etc.) and describe any additional features or items you'll sell. The plan will also need a management section that summarizes your bio and outlines any other key staff or executive needs. Finally, as part of the pro forma, show a sensitivity analysis revealing what happens to the business cash-wise if sales miss projections by 15-20 percent. Need help? Call MasterPlans today to take advantage of our deep expertise writing funding-ready business plans for startups. 877-453-2011
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