List yourself as the owner and operator if that applies.
But don’t forget about potential employees as well.
What began as a fun contest would eventually lead him down a path to business ownership.
Below is an outline of the key sections you’ll need to complete for a standard business plan with a brief description of the contents.
that follow the co-founder of S’wich It Up food truck Anthony Salvagno (shown on the right) as he creates a business plan, seeks funding, develops a concept, builds a menu, and ultimately launches his first food truck.
Each interview will highlight a different step in the business building process.Executive Summary: This is an overview of the information that is contained in the business plan and should introduce the name of your food truck and what it is you plan to serve at a high level. Food Truck Concept and Description: This is the fun part.Here you will describe what you hope the food truck will become, the food you plan to serve, and why you believe it will be a successful business.It’s tough to argue that creating a formal plan will make you less likely to succeed in the business.Title: Think of this as the first page of a book report. Include your business name and applicable contact information in this section.There just happens to be a microphone in that room and we’re publishing it online so you all can listen in.In this, the first chapter in the story we talk about Salvagno’s background (Hint: It doesn’t have anything to do with the food industry.) and go into detail about how he researched and developed his business plan.Google can be a good friend in locating the data to include in the document.Management Structure: This section is simple for solo food vendors.In the future I will create a table of contents page that allows you to jump the different topics of content, but for right now this is it.Before Salvago began taking the steps needed to launch a food truck, he wrote a business plan for a competition at his university and as a result was able to secure ,000 in funding.