How to Open a Sushi Restaurant — Ultimate guide

WHERE TO START A SUSHI BAR

  • Executive summary: a short description of your general business idea.
  • Company description: what is your business mission and philosophy, who are your target customers, and information about your menu, location, or any other relevant details about the nature of your business, for example, your business legal structure
  • Market analysis is the most extensive part of your business plan, it includes a full-fledged study of your competitors in the area along with the market study of your strong and weak points that will define your marketing strategy.
  • Business operations are the part where you explain how much does it cost to run a sushi restaurant of a certain characteristic. Here you will include how much staff you need, what are the basic expenses as well as justify the revenue, so your investors can see the feasibility of your plan.
  • The management and ownership part will describe how exactly you will operate your sushi bar or restaurant in terms of staff and management allocation.
  • Financial analysis might be the second-hardest part of your business plan after marketing analysis, as it will include data about your sushi bar average income and growth forecast based on different financial analysis figures.

CHOSE A LOCATION

HIRING STAFF

PERMITS AND REGULATIONS FOR OPENING

GET HOLD OF YOU FINANCES

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