A unique, upscale, and innovative environment is required to provide the customer with an atmosphere that will inspire continued use.
The successful operation of year one will provide our store with customers that will allow it to be self-sufficient in year two.
The investors will be treated as shareholders and therefore will not be liable for more than their personal investment.
Owner Jones Stewart will contribute $70,000 ($20,000 in sweat equity and $50,000 in cash) towards this business venture.
The Viking Store–Springfield will be a corporation.
Currently it will be owned and operated by Jones Stewart and his investors.
This article will outline how to create one step-by-step.
This business plan is prepared to obtain joint financing in the amount of ,746,000, to begin work on site preparation and modifications, purchase equipment, and to cover expenses in the first year of operations.
The financing, in addition to the capital contributions from the owner and shareholders, will allow our store to successfully open and maintain operations through the year.
A large initial capital investment will allow our store to provide its customers with a fully featured grocery store.