Everything You Need to Know to Become a Restaurant Owner, Right Here
What to consider before you make your first move
Yep, figuring out the in’s and out’s of starting a restaurant is key, but even before that there’s plenty to consider. Our guide covers the top 10 questions restaurateurs need to ask themselves before opening a restaurant. Readers are prompted to think deeply about everything from location and opening costs, to your value statement and website design. These elements might seem tangential in the beginning of the process, but the sooner you consider them, the better. Even if your mind's made up, this important exercise will make everything clearer and set your restaurant’s story in motion.
Want to know how to start a restaurant? We’ve got the answers
Once you’re ready to move on from thy “why’s” into the “how’s”, our guide will steer you through a deep dive into every facet of running a restaurant. If you’re going to become a restaurant manager, you’ve got to have a grasp on every element from menu engineering and staff management, to entertainment value and marketing and you can’t leave a single thing out. This eBook will make sure you don’t with our 10 Must-Haves For Running A Restaurant checklist.
The nitty gritty: Business plans and restaurant licences
Unless you’ve got all kinds of your own money to back your new restaurant’s cash flow, you’re going to need investors. In order to land investors you’re going to need a business plan—and not just any business plan, but one that communicates exactly how serious you are about making this work. Inside these pages we’ve included a complete template to an uber professional restaurant business plan that covers everything from your mission statement to a confidentiality agreement that will make sure your killer ideas don’t leave the meeting you’re in when you share them. We also cover all of the restaurant licenses you’ll need to line up in order to put your business plan into action once you snag that seed money.
—> This eBook includes printable resources for...
- Calculating start up expenses
- Devising a personnel payroll plan
- Calculating cash flow And more!