Franchise Business Plan to Execute your Unique Vision

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A Franchise Business plan is an important development whether you are thinking of starting a new, expanding your current, or purchasing an existing Franchise. Pros of a franchise business include that there is business assistance, brand recognition, a built-in customer base, lower failure rates, buying power, and lower risk.

Our developments are often used to secure funding, secure non-repayable business grants, attract team members, manage the business, and to also create a vision for businesses.

Elements of a comprehensive Franchise Business Plan include:

Executive summary: Positioned at the beginning of the business plan; it includes key information on the ownership structure, the purpose of the business plan, the business’s goals and objectives.

Company and management summary: Describes the current management and staffing team, including future additions to it. Provide an overview of your legal structure, business premises, and history (if already in operations).

Market Analysis: Provides insight on potential customers and your competition. An industry analysis and target market analysis are included.

Marketing and sales plan: Describes how you plan on generating profits and describes how you intend to create exposure to best sell your product. Hone the key elements of your marketing strategy.

Financial plan: Describes your current finances, your financial goals, and plans set to achieve those goals.

Financial projections: Documentation including the management account, income statement, balance sheet, cash flow, cash forecast, break even analysis, loan amortisation schedule, and fixed asset schedule. Calculations, charts, graphs, and ratios are included.

Annexes: Includes statutory information required by funders in an application. DTC will articulate the required contents to you.

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At Dream Team Capital

We understand the required criteria and standard of a well-developed business plan. If using the document to raise funding and/or non-repayable business grants, we guide you through the process and provide access to our extensive network of funders. These include; venture capital companies, private equity companies, angel investors, banks, Government BBBEE initiatives, Silicon Cape investment organisations, rent to own asset funding companies, crowd funds and more!

Contact DTC for more information & assistance.