A comprehensive feasibility study that includes marketing and finances can help determine the feasibility of a value-added enterprise. Developing your business and marketing plan helps you define your business, creates a road map to operate the business, sets the goals you will aim for, and satisfies outsiders’. The basics of a business plan include the following.
What? Describe your product or service.
Why? Describe the need for your product or service.
Who? Describe the customer.
When? Draw a timeline and list all the tasks that need to be accomplished.
Where? Describe the location of your business.
Building a Sustainable Business: a Guide to Developing a Snail Business Plan for Farms and Rural Businesses helps alternative and sustainable agriculture entrepreneurs develop profitable enterprises. Sample worksheets illustrate how real farm families set goals, researched processing alternatives, determined potential markets, and evaluated financing options.
There are the pivotal that want considering when deciding your businesses locale:
• Passing Trade – Is your venture at an address where there are lots of future buyers nearby?
• Ease of Access – You should make certain it is easy for potential customers to call on your business
• Competition – Is there anyone nearby that might be considered as a rival with your company on any products? There are two standard concepts about any competitors; the first is that having plenty of different competitors’ means the region is taken, and the second is that having a lot of competitors’ means there must be demand for your products! Clearly you should understand the situation your company is in.
Snail Farming Business Plan Start-up Summary.
Provide specifics of the investment that you need for your business.
Set-up costs for your venture
Nigeria Snail Farming Business Plan/Feasibility Study
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER ONE Snail Farm Executive Summary
Snail Farm Objectives
CHAPTER TWO Snail Farm Products and Services
Products and Service Description
Sourcing and Fulfilment
Company Locations and Facilities
CHAPTER THREE Snail Farm Market Analysis Summary
Target Market Segment Strategy
Roadside stands and on-farms stores
Advantages and disadvantages of sales to intermediate buyers
Institutional Marketing Service
Brokers and Distributors
Advantages of working with a distributor
Price Based on the Value Perceived by the Customer
Price Based on Your Costs and Your Expectation for Profits (“Cost Plus”)
Price Based on the Retail Price
CHAPTER FOUR Snail Farm Management
Roles And Responsibilities
Raw Material Requirement
CHAPTER FIVE Financial Plan
Application of Funds
1,000 Snail Reproduction Analysis
Operating and Maintenance/Administration Costs
Projected Profit for 1,000 Point of Laying Snails
Total Profit Projection
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