Rather than being just a fill-in template, Quick Plan offers a number of industry-specific pre-researched restaurant business plan packages, including one called Quick Plan Restaurant.
The Quick Plan Restaurant package is designed for medium-size, single-location full service restaurant and bar enterprise, but options are available for other types of establishments.
The business plan portion of the kit includes several template plan versions, including options that are appropriate if you are creating a plan document to submit to banks or investors for funding consideration.
The kit also includes market and demographic research sources and an ebook that can help you more fully understand the process of creating a plan for your restaurant business.
It provides an outlet to express your passion for your idea and sell others on it, too.
A business plan has two primary purposes: to attract potential investors and to provide a guideline for opening and operating your restaurant.
Essentially, a restaurant business plan should tell the story of your business and include several key components: an executive summary, a description of your business, market strategies, a competitive analysis, development plans, operations and management plans, and financial estimates.
An executive summary is a concise presentation of your idea.
This may require some research on the current and future restaurant industry trends.
A restaurant consulting firm with a skilled research department can help you identify these trends.