How to Prepare Good plan/proposal on Bread Making Business

I want to write a business plan on bread making business but don’t know how to go about this. I need help or clue on how to go about this so that i can come out with a good business plan.

New Member Asked on February 13, 2018 in Food Processing.
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      Proposals of every type are intimidating. You’re asking someone to choose you—or, in the case of business proposals, your company—and hoping that they understand why you’re the perfect fit.

      Writing a business proposal requires that you convincingly articulate your understanding of the potential client’s problem, as well as the reasons your company is the best choice. Even the most well-crafted solutions can get rejected due to a sub-par proposal.

      Proposals of every type are intimidating. You’re asking someone to choose you—or, in the case of business proposals, your company—and hoping that they understand why you’re the perfect fit.

      Writing a business proposal requires that you convincingly articulate your understanding of the potential client’s problem, as well as the reasons your company is the best choice. Even the most well-crafted solutions can get rejected due to a sub-par proposal.

      3 main things to define in a proposal

      1. Information about your company: Who are you, what are your qualifications, and why would a potential client pick you over your competitors?
      2.  Demonstrated knowledge of the problem: Show that you’ve listened and done your research. You know what the client needs.
      3.  Pricing and methodology: How exactly are you going to solve the client’s problem, and how much is it going to cost?

      You can go ahead and draft something for yourself. If you need anything else, let me know below.

      Expert Consultant Answered on March 3, 2018.
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