The garment printing business plan requires that you first establish whether you will operate with or without a physical location for consumer sales. Some T-shirt and accessory shops thrive on the ability to market to foot traffic, for example, and make most of their designs in a back room. For other screen printers, they work in an offsite warehouse or commercial space in fulfillment of orders received exclusively online. There is no "right" business model for a garment printing company, but you should make it clear what operational strategy you follow, as it will impact costs. Make sure your plan addresses:
• How much funding you need
• How you will use the seed capital
• What your background is
• How this industry is doing
• Who the main competition will be
The garment printing business plan needs to offer details about the other players in this market, including their most popular designs, consumers' attitudes about their products, and key financial metrics if known. The industry analysis should explain how many companies are active in this space and what their average annual gross is, while the market analysis needs to examine who the target buyers are and what needs they have. The financial model will show no fewer than three years of projected revenues and expenses, including a monthly detail for Year One post-funding. MasterPlans can write the entire business plan for you. Give our experts a call at 877-453-2011.
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