Did you search for sample business plan waterpark hoping to find information about how to build a funding-ready business plan for a waterpark? The major questions you need at answer in the plan are actually some of the most basic: indoor or outdoor? Retrofitting an existing facility, or building from scratch? How much investment will the project need and when do you envision hitting break-even, if everything goes as planned? Waterparks are common throughout the southern U.S., but indoor parks have made them a hit even north of the Canadian border -- even Anchorage, Alaska has a highly-trafficked indoor waterpark. So what do you need to research about yours?
• How long will construction take, and do you have prospective builders and generals lined up?
• What will your staffing needs be, before, during, and after launch?
• Do you have a plan for the grand opening?
• What other marketing will you undertake?
• Which waterparks are direct competitors, and what other entertainment in the region constitutes an indirect threat?
The waterpark business plan needs to show a minimum of 5 years in the financial plan and should carefully account for your planned allocation of start-up expenses. A use of funds table and an investor IRR calculation or percentage proposition is imperative, even if it provides only a basis for negotiation. The model should include revenue, cash flow, balance sheet, profit and loss, and a complete demonstration by month of the income and expenses you project for Year 1. MasterPlans has worked on several large-scale entertainment projects and can develop a top-tier business plan for you -- narrative, analysis, and model. Call 877-453-2011 to speak with a consultant today.
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