A great business plan gets the reader excited about your business and encourages them to take the actions you want them to take. In many cases, that action is for them to write you a check to fund your nail salon.
In order to achieve this, start with a compelling executive summary. In the summary, clearly explain why your nail salon is or will be successful. Do members of your team have lots of experience in nail salons? Do you have clients from other nail salons that you will bring to your business? Do you have a large social media presence you can leverage to get new clients?
Think about why your nail salon is going to be successful and clearly document this in your summary. Also, be sure to include the other key business plan elements like your customer analysis (describing the demographics of your target market), your competitive analysis (detailing your competitors and how you’re unique) and your marketing plan (how you will attract new clients). Do this and you’ll have a great plan that reflects your salon and attracts readers to help you succeed.