In this article, Matt Amsdam shares his story of going raw and advice on starting and growing a successful raw food business. Think about it like this – which would you rather do business with: “The World’s LARGEST Social Media Agency” or “The ONLY Agency To GUARANTEE 10,000+ FOLLOWERS In The NEXT 30 DAYS Or Your Money Back “. Whilst the former works for established businesses, the latter works for ANY business – especially new ones.
If you are writing a plan to help you run the business better you may skip or write very simple sections with general background information on the company and the industry, and instead focus in more depth on the areas of your plan that are currently most important to you.
So a lot of people come to this idea of, “Well I’ll turn what I believe in and what I love into a business that I can pay my rent with.” What I think we’re seeing is that there’s sometimes more raw food business people than there are raw food customers.
Know your target market – Throughout the writing of your business plan you want to keep in mind your intended audience and why you are writing the plan e.g. if you are trying to attract equity investors you will want to emphasize the big upside profit potential.
If you Incorporate or choose to have a Limited Liability Company or Limited Liability Partnership owned businesses: You will need a copy of the Articles of Incorporation, Corporate Minutes or other document filed with the Secretary of State, which identifies the officers, share holders and managers with an interest in the business is required.