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.
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.
The hope is that as we follow Salvagno over the course of the next 6 – 12 months so that you can follow along as he launches his own truck. I also want to point out to the listeners that this case study is going to be a little bit different than my traditional shows.
I want it to have the kind of vibe that you’re just speaking with a buddy and asking a few friendly questions about the food truck business.
Many food trucks need a team of 3 – 5 employees to operate successfully during a lunch rush.
For some vendors this section will become a bit more complicated if you’ve got investors or other partners that are helping to operate the business.
It’s not food truck specific, but it gives you what you need and there’s plenty of valuable information here.
This business plans aren’t for food trucks specifically, but I found a couple that you can take a peek at from other industries that might provide some additional information: . 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.