Keep in mind that this is just personal advice loaded with valuable tips
and ideas. I am by no means a professional business planning advisor.
You could be wondering what gives me credibility to share this information with you?
not only do I run this website, as well as a couple other websites in
separate niches, I am a small business owner for a tile installation
company. So I do know a little bit about having a business plan and what
it takes with operating a business.
It's not always cake and ice cream
with cherries on top. As with any type of business, large or small,
there are most likely going to be ups and downs. That's just the nature
of the beast. It's all part of the process. We just need to take the
good with the bad, all in stride, learn from it, and move forward.
Planning to begin your own popcorn business? Great!
This wholesome snack is a lucrative multi-billion dollar industry. So, why not live the dream and cash in for a piece of the pie!
To help you get popping off with your new biz opportunity, I've compiled quite a bit of need-to-know information for you to understand what to expect as you go through the process.
The best advice that I can give you right upfront (which is the same
advice that I'm constantly reminded about from many other reputable
figures in business) is to just get started!
We've already established that you plan to run a popcorn business, am I right? So, just get started! Do something. Anything.
Educating yourself with productive research to gain the required knowledge will be key moving forward. The following 475 page ebook titled Progressive Business Plan for a Gourmet Popcorn Company is a comprehensive, targeted fill-in-the-blank template to prepare yourself with your startup company.
goal is to turn your awesome idea of slinging popcorn for all to enjoy
into a reality. The "idea" is actually the first step to the plan.
Taking action on it is next. Anything you do here on out is a positive
step in the right direction.
Many people are afraid to take action
on their ideas, for various reasons. Trust me, I'm one of those people
too. I've spent months contemplating before taking action on my business
opportunities. It even took several years for me to finally commit to
getting my brick and mortar business off the ground.
Are you ready to dive into it? Let's get after it....