How to Write a Food Truck Business Plan
It's Small Business Month and we're celebrating with a number of events related to new and expanding small businesses. If you’re trying to figure out how to start a food truck, you'll have a lot of questions. The first step is to make a detailed business plan. A food truck business plan will list important information about your business to help you get funding from investors. Because the business plan is so important in gaining funding and getting your business off the ground, it should be the first step you take, before you even buy a food truck.
Speaker(s): Aundrea Y. Wilcox, CEcD, MBA - Senior Business Counselor of the Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) at East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Kingsport Affiliate Office, and Executive Director of the Kingsport Office of Small Business Development & Entrepreneurship (KOSBE) at the Kingsport Chamber
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