Need a Business Plan Writer for Your Restaurant? We Can Help.

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As a restaurateur, you know the secret to getting your restaurant off the ground is successful funding.

This is true even if you are already an established restaurant and want to open a second or third location - investors almost always require a business plan before they write a cheque.

This is our expertise.

 

Who Are We?

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Greg Newton is the owner and head restaurant business plan writer at Newton Group Marketing. He’s written business plans professionally for over 10 years, for a wide range of industries from construction to manufacturing to finance. With a background in business and technical writing, we know what banks require for restaurant loans. Each month we help restaurateurs across Canada and the US successfully launch or expand their business. Contact us to see if we’d make a great fit!

 

We Understand Business Plans Can Be Daunting

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We know that business plans can be daunting. It can be difficult to write about your own business objectively, while putting together analysis and projections at professional-grade quality.

Whether you’ve never written a business plan before or are simply too busy to write one, we can help you by preparing a sharp, professional-grade restaurant business plan that quickly shows the investment potential of your business.

Over the past 8 years I’ve worked with a wide range of Canadian restaurant owners to help them successfully launch or expand a new location.

 
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Separate Yourself From the “Free Business Plan Template” Applicants

Each month banks receive business plans – most of which are poorly written by business owners who don’t have much expertise in writing business plans. The result? The bank is forced to reject them. And unfortunately you don’t get many chances here. Therefore, trying to save money at business plan stage can be your most expense mistake.

Save time and get it done right with a professional who writes business plans for a living, to ensure you maximize your chances of funding success.

 

“How Much Money Do I Need?”

Each restaurant is unique and will require different capital amounts depending on a variety of factors like size and location, where the average restaurant will require between $100,000 for a smaller kiosk location to $600,000 for a full restaurant.

Typical start-up costs include: Renovations/construction, full kitchen capital equipment, licensing, working capital (wages, overhead costs for e.g. 4 months), signage and marketing.

 

What Your Restaurant Business Plan Should Include

To successfully get funding your business plan should answer the following questions:

  • What is your restaurant concept?
  • How do you stand out from competitors?
  • How much your restaurant will require for start-up
  • Where that money will go with a detailed breakdown of the investment.
  • Who is your target market? Who are your different customer segments? Is the area growing in population? If so, by how much?
  • Where is your business located? Why did you choose this location?
  • What are your sales projections and margins for the next 3 years? How did you come up with these numbers?
  • What is your marketing plan? What marketing channels will you utilize?
  • Etc.

But most importantly, your restaurant business plan should show the reader that your restaurant is a solid business investment. A professional restaurant business plan writer can help you.

 

What Restaurant Niches We Serve

Over the years, we’ve worked with a wide range of restaurant types. These include:

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  • Tex-Mex style Mexican Restaurants
  • Mongolian Cuisine
  • Smoothie & Juice Bars
  • Healthy Fast Food Chains
  • Fast Food Mall Express
  • Food Trucks
  • And more
 

What Our Plans Include:

Each restaurant business plan is carefully written to capture the unique flavour and vision of your restaurant or bar. Our plans include:

  • Executive Summary (The Business, Market, Financials)
  • Business Overview (Business Concept, Commercial Viability, Uniqueness)
  • Company Structure (Ownership, Organizational Structure)
  • Product Description (Menu, Restaurant Concept)
  • Management (Staffing, Key Management)
  • Operations (Vendors, Outlay, Capital Equipment Requirements)
  • Personnel Hiring Plan
  • Market Analysis (Pricing, Target Market Analysis, Competitive Analysis, SWOT).
  • Pro-Forma Financials (3 Year Financial Analysis, Start-up Cost Breakdown, Income Statement, Cash Flow Statement, Balance Sheet).
 

What Percent of Our Clients Successfully Get Funded?

Each month we get feedback from clients where their bank loan manager is impressed with the plan. We also work tirelessly to make sure they get any additional information or changes they request. As a result, we have a high success rate of between 80-90% with our clients who get funded.

 

How We Work

Should we decide to work together, what comes first? How much does it cost? How long will this whole thing take?

First Step: Questionnaires - I send you a questionnaire that delves into every area of your restaurant business. This flushes out all the details and helps guide you through the planning process.

Cost – You select a business plan package that matches your funding ask.

Timeline – A business plans typically takes 2-4 weeks, however we can be flexible with upcoming deadlines.

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Schedule a Call

When you’re ready to move forward with a restaurant business plan let’s schedule a call to discuss your business in detail. Call 604-757-3292 (Vancouver) or 647-694-2670 (Toronto) or simply fill out the form below:

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