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Ultimately, your business plan is intended to be a resource for you, the business owner.
If your time is limiting, outline the essentials of your burger restaurant's business plan now and make a commitment to come back to it later. How many potential customers will be within a fifteen-minute drive of your business?
Last week marked the launch of How to Open a Restaurant, Open Table’s complete digital guide to starting and growing a restaurant business.Over the next few weeks, we’ll be excerpting some of our favorite (and most valuable) content from the guide.Today, it’s all about how to build a business plan that makes investors pay attention.Burger Restaurants: A Growing Business Concept Burgers are a quintessentially American menu item. Younger generations of consumers who have been raised on burgers have become adult consumers who often prefer burger restaurants over other dining options.The success of fast food franchising confirms not only Americans' hunger for great-tasting burgers, but also the ability hamburgers, cheeseburgers and related menu items have to anchor a profitable food service enterprise. Potential Business Models for a Burger Restaurant Startup Early in the strategic planning process, you will need to choose a business model for your burger restaurant startup.
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