How to Create a Home Bakery Business Plan (Template Included!)
by Aurelia Lambrechts | Home Baking Biz Tips
How to Create a Home Bakery Business Plan
I’m beyond excited that you’ve decided to take action to read this post because your life could be starting on a NEW path from here on out…
Deciding to create your Home Bakery Business Plan means that you are actively responding to your dream. Today your dream has officially started to become a reality.
Acknowledging that you are a baker at heart is extremely difficult in our corporate world. It’s frowned upon to pursue a career that’s RICH in CREATIVITY and IMAGINATION.
So I just want to give you a room full of applause for being brave enough to start accepting who you were made to be.
We are Home Bakers and the world needs us.
The world needs the comfort, joy and hope that pure home baking brings.
And that’s why I’ve made this post and FREE Workbook to help you create your own Home Bakery Business Plan !
I want to give you the jump start you need to start your Home Bakery.
Creating your business plan will give you a lot of insight into yourself, your ideal clients, what you want to bake and why you want to do it.
Most importantly it will help you figure out where you want to go …
Because “If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there.”
By outlining where you want your business to go, you have a much greater chance at success because you will always be aware of where you are heading.
Your free Home Bakery Business Plan workbook is waiting for you in my free Resource Library. Follow this blue link to access the library and then download & print out your workbook 👉 Access your free workbook here!
Awesome! Let’s get stared!
YOUR HOME BAKERY BUSINESS PLAN
Step #1: your executive summary.
It might sound super intimidating to create an “executive summary”, but don’t worry 🙂 An executive summary is super easy to create through answering a few questions. It’s basically just about WHAT you do and WHY you do it…
IF YOU HAVEN’T STARTED YOUR HOME BAKERY YET:
You might not be able to a nswer all of the questions below yet, BUT you can share your research and all the steps you’re taking to ensure your business’s success.
1. YOUR MISSION STATEMENT
What is the purpose of your Home Bakery? What value do you add to your city/town? Why did you start your Home Bakery Business?
2. HIGHLIGHTS OF YOUR GROWTH
3. your products & services.
Write down a short summary of the products & services your Home Bakery will offer in order to make your business profitable.
4. YOUR GOALS FOR YOUR HOME BAKERY
Time to dream, my friend! What are your goals for your Home Bakery?
What do you want your business to look like 1 year from now, 2 years from now and 5 years from now?
STEP #2: Your Home Bakery Business Description
Now we are going to dive into your business culture & brand which is something that EVERY business is either working on or has figured out.
1. WHAT SETS YOUR HOME BAKERY APART?
Why should someone buy from YOUR Home Bakery above others? What makes your business different?
2. THE PEOPLE YOU SERVE
Every business needs clients in order to survive and thrive! So it’s super important to define WHO your business’s ideal clients are:
How old are they? What do they do for a living? What do they care about most? Why have they come to your baking business? How can you help them? What are their goals & aspirations? What are their hobbies? Which things make them happy?
3. YOUR HOME BAKERY’S CULTURE & BRAND
Another way to think of “culture & brand” is simply to see it as your business’s personality & looks; it’s the first impression that clients get from your Home Bakery Business…
When people interact with your Home Bakery, what do you want them to feel? How would you describe your Home Bakery’s Personality? What purpose does your Home Bakery serve?
4. YOUR HOME BAKERY’S ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
Organizational Structure simply refers to the legal definition of your business. If you are the only person working in your Home Bakery – which is pretty much always the case – then you are automatically defined as a “ sole proprietor “.
Even if there’s one other person in your business who cleans for you or helps you out with deliveries or admin, etc. you are still a sole proprietor.
You’ll include this organizational structure definition when submitting your tax information each year.
Related: Home Bakery Certificates, Licenses and Insurance
If you decide to expand your Home Bakery in the future, you can do the necessary research to figure out whether you should register your business as a Partnership, CC, LLC, etc.
The motivation for changing your business to one of these other organizational structures is for financial reasons. If your business should go bankrupt while you are a sole proprietor, then YOU are by definition bankrupt as well.
But if you have an LLC, CC, etc. then only your business will be bankrupt and not YOU as a person.
This may sound like super scary stuff, but you don’t need to worry AT ALL, okay? Home Bakeries typically do not shuffle around tens of thousands of dollars each day so our risk is SIGNIFICANTLY lower.
We also typically do not buy like 5 company cars and employ 20 people and stuff like that.
Our Home Bakeries are small and safe 🙂
STEP #3: Competitor Analysis
Before launching your Home Bakery business, I encourage you to THOROUGHLY research your largest competitors (popular bakeries with staff) and other Home Bakeries in your city, town and suburb.
Doing this is important because it will enable you to make more informed decisions and chart your own, unique course moving forward that serves a REAL need in your community and beyond.
Be mindful when you’re researching & analyzing your competitors though…
It’s SO EASY to be swooped up in a wave of comparison when you look at other Bakeries; their high skill level, beautiful website & branding, EPIC social media…
Guard your heart and analyze with your HEAD. Be HAPPY for them because they’ve worked super hard to get to where they are.
They may be your competitors, but they are NOT your enemies.
ALWAYS BE HAPPY FOR OTHER BAKERIES. BAKERS SUPPORT EACH OTHER AND THEIR SUCCESS. PERIOD.
See these businesses as inspiration for where YOU could be in a few months! It’s 100% possible!! By completing this home bakery business plan you’re taking a GIANT LEAP towards your own success!
Related: 5 Mindsets Shifts of Successful Home Bakery Owners
Also, I know all too well how tempting it is to just copy their cakes, their designs, their website design etc., but doing this will ONLY DAMAGE YOUR BUSINESS!!
They became successful by doing THEIR own thing and so will you if you do YOUR own thing.
Now, when doing your competitor analysis, you’ll want to take the following steps:
1. IDENTIFY YOUR COMPETITORS
Now you’re going to list of all of your competitors. Which other Bakeries bake goods that are similar to yours (or similar to what you want to bake in the future)?
Write down the Bakery’s name with links to their website & social media:
The Free Home Bakery Business Plan Workbook has very handy spaces for you to easily fill in 👉 Access your free workbook here!
If you’re brand new to the Home Bakery scene, then you may not know who your competitors are.
Here are a few ways to find them:
- Search on Google: This is the easiest way to find your competitors. Search phrases like “delicious cake [your town/city]”. You can even get more specific by searching for “home bakery [your suburb]” which will give you results for Home Bakeries closest to you. I encourage you to click through to look at all result pages from 1 – 4 to get a more thorough scope (and because Home Bakeries mostly not listed first).
- Search on Social Media: Social media – especially Instagram – is THE place to be for businesses today. Bakeries that are worthy competitors will have social media accounts. Search hashtags in Instagram like #[your city]cakes or #[your city]food. Or simply search for “Home Bakery [your city]”.
2. STRATEGIES & GOALS OF YOUR COMPETITORS
Cool, now that we know who your main competitors are we need to find out what their angle is for reaching their ideal clients – because you can learn from them and also readjust your own strategy accordingly.
What are they promoting? (Their products, services, lifestyles, feelings…)
What strategies do your competitors have in common ? (Like Instagram lives, Facebook lives, certain types of promotions or giveaways…)
Which things set each competitor apart from the others on your list? (What do they do differently than all the rest?)
What goals do your competitors have? (I know you’re not a mind reader, but what assumptions can you make from analyzing their business? Sometimes Bakeries will even share their goals on their about pages on their websites…)
3. PRICE RANGE OF YOUR COMPETITORS
Check out the prices of all of your competitors for each different type of bake they sell. This will give you a better idea of what your future clients will be comfortable paying for baked goods.
4. STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES OF YOUR COMPETITORS
Now that you’ve analysed each of your competitor’s websites, social media, products & services, you should have a pretty good idea of:
who they are, what they are doing, why they are doing it, who they are doing it for and where they are going with their business…
Let’s dig a little deeper. Use the next section on the home bakery business plan workbook to make a list of some of their strengths and weaknesses.
What are they super good at and what can they improve on or change completely ?
STEP #4: Audience & Market Research
Back in STEP #2 of your home bakery business plan we identified and described your Home Bakery’s ideal client. Go ahead and look back to refresh your memory because now we’re going to dig deeper…
1. SURVEY YOUR AUDIENCE
Surveys are hands-down the best way to gather priceless insights into the minds and needs of the people you want to serve – especially because surveys are anonymous.
People tend to share their TRUE desires and thoughts a lot easier when they have the security of anonymity.
Create your own FREE survey on SurveyMonkey or Typeform and then share it with your audience. I recommend sharing it with your email contacts, your social media, local family & friends.
You don’t want your survey to be too long – because then people will be too lazy to answer the questions! Trust me… Keep it to 3 questions 😉
What are the best 3 questions you can ask your audience to understand their needs & desires better?
2. HOW CAN YOU HELP/SERVE YOUR AUDIENCE?
In Step #2 we covered your brand’s personality and in Step 3 we defined the brand personality of your Competitors. With this information in mind, here are a few questions for you…
How can YOU, as a unique human being & baker, help your audience?
What makes your Home Bakery different from all other Bakeries (big & small)?
In what ways can your Home Bakery’s unique qualities benefit your ideal client that’s different from all the other Bakeries in your town/city & suburb?
STEP #5: Your Home Bakery’s Products & Services
And now it’s time for the BEST part – your baked goods & services! Yay! 😄
These are the 2 things that will bring profit to your Home Bakery , so it’s super important to put thought, heart and proper planning into this…
1. YOUR MENU – THE BAKED GOODS YOU WILL OFFER
Which products do your ideal clients need? Refer back to the answers from your survey to get good ideas.
HOWEVER, I do believe that people are aware of what they want, but they aren’t necessarily always aware of what they NEED. So trust your own talents and passion on this as well…
2. THE BAKED GOODS YOU WILL NOT OFFER
Defining what you DON’T bake is just as important as defining what you DO bake. Which products will NOT be on your menu and why?
I’ve also got an amazing free guide for you in my Home Bakery Resource Library to help you find the perfect niche for your business. Join the library to get the free guide on finding your niche.
3. YOUR SERVICES – WHAT YOU WILL OFFER
Which services do your ideal clients need? Refer back to the answers from your survey to get good ideas.
Will you offer delivery? Are you considering to offer customization? Will you offer on-site catering or set-ups? Will you offer rental services for cake stands etc.? Get specific here.
4. THE SERVICES YOU WILL NOT OFFER
Defining which services you DON’T offer is just as important as defining which services you DO offer. Which services will you not offer and why?
5. HOW ARE YOUR PRODUCTS & SERVICES DIFFERENT?
Refer back to your competitor research: How are your products & services different from theirs? Is there anything you could add that would make your menu & services feel even more valuable than theirs?
This sure is a LOT of information to keep track of! You can easily have it all on hand by downloading your free Home Bakery Business Plan Workbook 👉 Access your free workbook here!
STEP #6: Your Home Bakery’s Sales & Marketing Strategy
Wow! Look how far you’ve come already – I’m so proud of you for putting in all this hard work to create your Home Bakery’s Business Plan…
It’s the first and biggest step you can take to start turning your Home Bakery dreams into a reality! 😄
The last step in your home bakery business plan is working out your sales & marketing strategy. Without a strategy there’s nothing you can do besides “waiting and hoping” your business will grow. A strategy makes it all REAL! Let’s dive in!
1. HOW WILL YOU MARKET YOUR BUSINESS & BAKES?
Take some time to consider which platforms and methods you want to use to market your business and baked goods…
Do you want to use a Facebook group, page or ads? Are there some local Food Markets you’d like to trade at? Do you have some contacts and connections who love your baked goods you can ask to “spread the word” via email or with a flyer?
RELATED: The 4 Essentials of Home Bakery Marketing
Once you’ve decided on some methods, research them online for better results.
2. YOUR MARKETING SCHEDULE
It’s important to set a day and time aside for yourself to spend on Marketing – otherwise life will find a way of soaking up all of your time! When will it be?
Related: How to Plan your Home Bakery’s Work Schedule
3. LAUNCHING YOUR HOME BAKERY (IF YOU’RE NEW)
If you haven’t started your Home Bakery yet, it will help to create a “launch” strategy for your business. How will your business officially come into existence?
What are some things you can do to launch your Home Bakery with a bang and get people excited about what you bake?
4. HOW WILL YOU GROW YOUR HOME BAKERY?
You’ve made it to the last question! Congrats! This last section is about coming up with strategies to grow your business.
This doesn’t necessarily mean employing staff and moving to a larger facility (or opening a retail bakery) – unless that’s what you desire. This last section pertains more to how you will grow your profits and client base.
Will you outsource certain tasks like cleaning, branding, photography, deliveries, social media management, website building, etc.?
Will you expand your menu & services?
How will you look after your clients to keep them coming back?
Think about things that you can do to keep your Home Bakery Business growing and thriving.
And that concludes your Home Bakery Business Plan my friend! I’m so proud of you for taking action and taking this first step towards starting your baking business 😄
Now you might be wondering, what happens next?
The perfect next step for you is to check out my Ultimate Guide to Starting a Part-Time or Full-Time Home Bakery.
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What Is a Bakery Business Plan?
A bakery business plan is a business plan specifically created for the purpose of starting or running bakery business. it is a detailed plan that describes how a bakery business is going to achieve the goals and objectives that ti has set for itself. Since a business plan needs to take into consideration the entire business as a whole, it must be written with a financial, marketing and operational points of view.
How does a business plan help in a bakery business? Let’s check out the uses of a bakery business plan.
- A bakery business plan is used as a road map that will guide the business on what direction to take to achieve business success in the future and that can also help avoid bumps along the way.
- Business plans allow you and your business to conform to generally accepted guidelines for the business and the industry you are in.
- Having a bakery business plan is used to persuade investors to invest in your business, and persuade lenders to lend you money so that you can pay for business costs and other expenses to be able to actually start.
- You can focus on the things that you must do for the business, like your business strategies and ideas with the use of a bakery business plan.
- Through a bakery business plan, you can identify business drawbacks and other weaknesses that you may have and be able to minimize or eliminate its effects by making the planned improvements.
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What Licenses and Permits Are Needed for a Bakery?
There are certain licenses that you must complete if you want to start a bakery business or just about any other business. It is important that you comply to these requirements so that your business will be able to operate legally. Below is a list of licenses that you need for your bakery business.
- Business License – Business licenses are required for bakery businesses and are issued by the city or county where the business is going to operate.
- Sales Permit – Acquiring a sales permit would depend if the state where the business will operate charges sales tax.If they do, then a sales permit is needed.
- Health Permit – This permit can be acquired from the local health department. This is required to ensure that the business is complying with health and safety standards for food establishments that has been set by related government regulating body.
- Fire Permit – This permit can be acquired from the local fire department and is required to ensure that the bakery has adequate fire protection. Routine inspection is done to make sure that the appropriate equipment is installed to ensure safety from fire.
- Other Permits – Other permits that may be necessary depending on the local government or state ordinances are building permits, parking permits and sign permits.
The licences and other requirements vary depending on the state or area where your business will be operating. Make sure that you check the specific details with the appropriate entities about it. You may also check out other business plan related articles, like Sample Photography Business Plans , Sample Daycare Business Plans , and Sample Startup Business Plans .
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Tips for Effective Bakery Business Plans
Need to make your bakery business plan effective but you just don’t how and where to start? we have got you covered! Here are some tips that you will surely find useful in making your bakery business plan effective.
- You will need equipment to help you with operating your bakery business. These equipment could be anywhere from refrigerators, ovens to electronics. You need to finance these things and you need to do it right. Ask yourself if your business needs it, will be generating profit even after you have fully paid for it, or will it make running your business more convenient?
- Determine when it is time to brand your business. You can’t spend money just to put a brand on your stuff just yet, but you will surely but surely be able to do that in the long run. Using a brown paper bag for your purchases is fine. You don’t have to rush into branding everything.
- many businesses get known by word-of-mouth and this is because people know that the business is there and where they can find it. In building your client base, you should let your neighborhood know of the products you offer.
- Consider adding accepting credit card payments to your business as more and more people are switching to paying with credit cards than with cash. With this you can have both customers who pay with cash and those who pay with their cards. being flexible will be good for your business and will allow you to earn even better.
- Always choose quality over savings. Your customers will not be coming back because you are able to save, but they will be coming back because you provide high-quality products. For sure they would choose that over savings, too. Good ratings or reviews from customers will have more people coming into your business to try out what you are offering. Wouldn’t you earn more that way?
Remember these tips if you need help with making your bakery business plan effective. You will definitely be able to make some changes that will help make your business plan better.
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Many entrepreneurs have started converting their hobbies into their businesses. One such trending hobby business is the bakery business.
The bakery industry is one of the businesses that is flourishing more than ever in the modern world. To say that practically every street in a metropolis has at least one bakery or café would not be an exaggeration.
Therefore, starting a bakery business can be a desirable and profitable venture in the F&B industry, especially with the development of cutting-edge equipment that enables the production of a wide range of bread.
→ Download Now: Free Bakery Business Plan
Not every bakery business starts with a formal and organized plan, but if it does, the road to success will have fewer hardships. If you want to lead towards your destination with minimum interruptions, then your business plan will get what you wish for.
How To Write A Bakery Business Plan?
Before you start writing your business plan for your new Bakery shop, spend as much time as you can reading a sample bakery business plan template.
But do you know how to write an effective bakery business plan , that will help you with funding and other problems? If not, then worry not here is a bakery business plan example for you, which can guide you in your business plan expedition.
Bakery Business Plan Outline
It is the standard bakery business plan format , and it includes all the key components that your plan has to have.
Products & services, customer focus, operations plan, keys to success.
- EBITDA, Net Income
- About B4Bakers
- B4Bakers’ History
- Store Design
- Industry Statistics & Trends
- Customer Segments
- Joe’s Supermarket
- Old Time Bakery
- Freddy’s Deli
- Competitive Pricing
- Competitive Advantage
- The B4Bakers Brand
- Direct Mail
- Public Relations
- Ongoing Customer Communications
- Pre-Opening Events
- Pricing Strategy
- Administrative Functions
- Kitchen Functions
- Store/Retail Functions
- Hiring Plan
- Revenue and Cost Drivers
- Capital Requirements and Use of Funds
- Key Assumptions
- Income Statement (5 Year projections)
- Balance Sheet (5 Year projections)
- Cash Flow Statement (5 Year projections)
Once you’ve begun using Upmetrics , you may transfer this sample business plan into your own and make the necessary changes. Without further ado let’s start with the bakery business plan.
This section’s objective is to provide a summary of the topics that will be covered in your business plan and to persuade readers (or investors) to read more.
Outline the goals , concept, and target market for your bakery as well as how its distinctiveness will assure its success.
For instance, you can describe any unique qualities of your staff that can help in the expansion of your bakeries, such as outstanding customer service or attention to detail when making pastries for visitors.
The financial highlights of how you intend to spend any cash from possible investors will also be there in your presentation. You might spend money on the layout of your bakery, getting your first batch of supplies, or paying overhead costs .
Even though this part is crucial, keep it brief. Aim for 500 words or less to pique the reader’s interest and encourage them to read the rest of your business plan. For ideas, you may download our home bakery business plan pdf.
What will be your product range, and what type of ingredients you will use are all the concerns that should be mentioned here.
The target audience for your bakery, from which street people will usually come, and what will be their taste, are all crucial criteria for this section.
Who will be the leader of your bakery and what are his/her pros and experience which will help your bakery business to bloom are all the points to mention here.
What are the key points that differentiate your bakery business from others? And how efficiently you will serve customers is the main point to incorporate in the keys to the success of the executive summary.
Are you looking for the exact sample? Then look no more and download our small bakery business plan sample pdf.
Include information on your past accomplishments and distinctive qualifications, as well as the legal makeup of your bakery, it’s founding , location, and current company stage.
Explain everything that makes you a challenging competitor in this industry, such as current agreements with retailers, a head baker with reputable restaurant experience, or unique access to recipes that have won awards.
You should also include a general description of the type of bakery you now operate or want to operate in this area.
- Customary bakery (selling bread, biscuits, etc.)
- Industrial bakery
- Bakery with a focus on pies and cakes
- A bakery that sells customized wedding cakes
- Bakery and café serving sandwiches and snacks
- Donut store
- Food truck delivering baked goods from a pastry store
- Family bakery
Decide your head chef, store design, & menu, and disclose it in your bakery business plan under this section.
This section evaluates the market for bakeries and how your bakery fits into it. Use a successful technique to overcome any obstacles you uncover.
Remember that your market is not the entire market for baked goods as well. It is your specialization inside that market.
For instance, although the US baking sector generates more than $30 billion in revenue annually, your bakery will likely only account for a small portion of that sum based on your location, area of concentration, etc.
Decide on the precise goods and clients you intend to pursue and concentrate your study there.
The target market for your bakery, or the clients you will serve, is described in this area of your business plan.
Do you intend to target upcoming brides? Birthday celebrations for kids? Affluent households that often host private events with 500 or more guests?
Or do you mostly deal with walk-in clients? Even if you don’t run a business, you might still supply food to the neighborhood delis, supermarkets, and bodegas.
Undoubtedly, a bakery’s sales benefit from having a larger number of distribution outlets.
A bakery can increase the number of customers by supplying bread, bagels, cakes, pastries, and other products to restaurants.
Whatever target markets you cater to, make sure your business strategy outlines them in detail.
- Specify each person’s demographics.
- Are they both affluent men and women, for instance?
- Do they attend a university?
- Are they nearby eateries?
- To understand their demands and provide better service, you must identify your target clients.
Include information on the demographic and psychographic characteristics of your target market along with specifics on how your bakery will cater to their demands.
The direct and indirect rivals included in this area of your bakery business plan are described.
Other businesses that provide the same service to the same target market are considered direct competitors, with identical baked goods.
Those who meet different demands for the same target market or the same need for a different target market are your indirect competitors.
Identify each of your direct competitors in your strategy, give a brief description of them, and discuss how your bakery differs from theirs.
Finally, describe how you will stand out from the competition and your key competitive advantages .
The most prosperous bakery entrepreneurs identify items that no other nearby bakeries sell, such as a treat that is unique to your bakery and draws consumers in.
Additionally, based on the psychographics and demographics, you might succeed as the sole local bakery offering nut-free cakes or creating baked products that are vegan and gluten-free using organic and local ingredients.
Competitive pricing , location, management, relationships, consider everything and include them all in your bakery business plan.
The four P’s of product, price, place, and promotion are the foundation of your bakery marketing plan, which details how you will enter your target market.
Your bakery marketing strategy should outline the four Ps as well as how you’ll keep current clients by using loyalty programs or other strategies.
Additionally, you should describe the layout and display of your store in this portion of your business plan, especially if you are a new retail bakery.
The storefront for your bakery needs to be created in a way that draws walk-in clients. Your advertising plan, sampling, public relations, and pricing strategy are all part of this section.
The operations plan outlines the steps you’ll take to make your idea a reality.
It entails, among other things, the routine short-term procedures needed to, for example, manage your storage space, package your baked goods, perform sales transactions, choose and work with vendors, and transport the finished goods to your clients.
Sourcing, storing, bookkeeping, hiring, and training, are all the part of operations plan.
Your operations plan must also cover the long-term procedures involved in expanding your business, such as launching new lines of merchandise or retail stores and hitting certain sales milestones .
Also, accomplishing other significant business objectives like expanding your team, opening new offices, etc.
You will concentrate on your bakery’s financial estimates in the final section of your business plan.
You’ll list the probable expenses for supplies, machinery, technology, bills, and wages needed to keep your bakery operating.
Costs could, for instance, include ingredients for pastries, such as flour, sugar, butter, and cream. Additionally, they could include tools for baking such as cake pans, stand mixers, rolling pins, and measuring cups.
Your financial analysis will also contain several other papers, including an income statement, a balance sheet, and a cash flow statement .
You will project how long it will take to turn a profit after detailing all of the costs associated with your bakery design, inventory , and other operating expenses.
To show investors how you may genuinely use their backing to build your business, make your numbers realistic.
A bakery business plan is the finest strategy to launch or expand your enterprise because it clarifies your company’s idea and pinpoints your target clientele.
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