Catering Business Plan
If you are well versed in the preparation of traditional, specialist, or healthy foods, and you can supervise a busy kitchen and waiters serving big numbers of people, you may have some of the traits needed to start your own catering business.
Is the Catering Business for you?
The population growth rate in South Africa has been outstripping economic growth for some time now. People work longer hours, and extended traveling times sometimes cause people to be away from home for 14 hours of the day.
Families and communities often celebrate birthdays, weddings, cultural and religious festivals and of course special public holidays like Easter, Christmas and New Year and often require caterers for these auspicious events.
If you have been working in the food industry for a number of years, or if you have always dreamed of entering this business because you are well versed in the preparation of traditional, specialist, or healthy foods, and you can supervise a busy kitchen and waiters serving big numbers of people, you may have some of the traits needed to start your own catering business.
You are meticulous, have high standards for hygiene and cleanliness, and can coordinate various activities simultaneously. Consider becoming the owner of a Catering Business with this catering business plan template.
- Funds needed to start: R 250 000.00
- Number of Business Owners: 1- 2
- Potential Owner Salary in Year 1: R 60 000 each, Year 2: 120 000.00 each
- Number of Staff: 5 excl. owners.
- Number of Pages: 51 Page Document.
What is included in the business plan?
- Confidentiality Agreement;
- Executive Summary;
- Opportunity, Industry & Market;
- Company Description;
- Products & Services;
- Team – Management Team & Organisation;
- Marketing Strategy;
- Operational Plan;
- Financial Plan with 5-year Forecast & Projections.
What do our plans look like?
We have created an extract of an example business plan so you can see what you would be buying.
Click the link below to download the example.