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How to Start a Pub Business - Pub Business Plan PDF eBook

Are you considering starting a Pub Business and you’re in need of a pub business plan PDF? if yes, you'll find this free book to be extremely helpful.

This is a practical guide that will walk you step by step through all the essentials of starting your business. The book is packed with guides, worksheets and checklists. These strategies are absolutely crucial to your business' success yet are simple and easy to apply.

Don’t Start a New Pub Business Unless You Watch This Video First!

Checklist for Starting a Business: Essential Ingredients for Success

If you are thinking about going into business, it is imperative that you watch this video first! it will take you by the hand and walk you through each and every phase of starting a business. It features all the essential aspects you must consider BEFORE you start a business. This will allow you to predict problems before they happen and keep you from losing your shirt on dog business ideas. Ignore it at your own peril!

Here’s a Valuable Free Gift for You
This is a high quality, full blown business plan template complete with detailed instructions and all related spreadsheets. You can download it to your PC and easily prepare a professional business plan for your business.
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The Single Most Important Ingredient for Business Success

The first and most important thing you need to acquire in order to succeed in a small business is... knowledge.

Sounds exaggerated? Listen to this...

According to research conducted by Dun & Bradstreet, 90% of all small business failures can be traced to poor management resulting from lack of knowledge.

This is backed up by my own personal observations. In my 31 years as a business coach and consultant to small businesses, I've seen practically dozens of small business owners go under and lose their businesses -- not because they weren't talented or smart enough -- but because they were trying to re-invent the wheel rather than rely on proven, tested methods that work.

Conclusion: if you are really serious about succeeding in a business... If you want to avoid the common traps and mistakes... it is absolutely imperative that you acquire the right knowledge.

"Why Invent Mediocrity, When You Can Copy Genius?"

That's an excellent quote I picked up from a fellow business owner a few years back. What this means is that you should see what is working and try to duplicate Printing Business. Why go through all the trouble of inventing something new, that you don't even know will ever work, when you can easily learn from and duplicate something that has been a proven success?

[ Note: One of the BIGGEST mistakes almost all new businesses make is that they WASTE tons of valuable time, energy and money on trying to create something "new", that has never been tested or proven... only to find out later that it was a total loss. Don't make the same mistake! ]

Hi! My name is Meir. I'm the founder and president of, a successful internet based information business. I'm also the author of numerous books, mostly in the area of small business management.

I've been involved in small business for the past 31 years of my life, as a business coach, manager of a consulting firm, a seminar leader and as the owner of five successful businesses.

During my career as a business coach and consultant I've helped dozens of business owners start their businesses, market, expand, get out of troubles, sell their businesses and do practically every other small business activity you can think of.
You see, I have been there .... done it ... and bought the Small Business t-shirt! -- This free book contains techniques and strategies I've learned during my 31 year small business career.

Here's what you'll discover in the 'How to Start a Printing Business' book:

How to determine the feasibility of your business idea - a complete fill in the blanks template system that will help you predict problems before they happen and keep you from losing your shirt on dog business ideas.

A detailed manual that will walk you step by step through all the essential phases of starting your business

A complete pub business plan PDF template. This fill-in-the-blanks template includes every section of your business plan, including Executive Summary, Objectives, SWOT Analysis, Marketing Analysis and Strategy, Operations Plan, Financial Projections and more (a similar template is sold elsewhere for $69.95).

All this and much much more.

Success Tip: Setting Goals

Good management is the key to success and good management starts with setting goals. Set goals for yourself for the accomplishment of the many tasks necessary in starting and managing your business successfully. Be specific. Write down the goals in measurable terms of performance. Break major goals down into sub-goals, showing what you expect to achieve in the next two to three months, the next six months, the next year, and the next five years. Beside each goal and sub-goal place a specific date showing when it is to be achieved.

Plan the action you must take to attain the goals. While the effort required to reach each sub-goal should be great enough to challenge you, it should not be so great or unreasonable as to discourage you. Do not plan to reach too many goals all at one time.

Establish priorities. Plan in advance how to measure results so you can know exactly how well you are doing. This is what is meant by "measurable" goals. If you can’t keep score as you go along you are likely to lose motivation. Re-work your plan of action to allow for obstacles which may stand in your way. Try to foresee obstacles and plan ways to avert or minimize them.

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Here's a Sample 'Executive Summary' for a Pub Business plan:

COMPANY NAME  is Alhambra’s premier venue for salsa dance, concerts and overall entertaining experience. COMPANY NAME , located at 17 South First Street, is a four-story entertainment venue decorated in a tasteful and timeless 1930's style spot. It's comprised of three components; the dance studio, Lets Dance L.A., a tapas bar & restaurant, and various nightclubs on different floors of the building, operating as salsa central.
COMPANY NAME  hosts one of the hottest salsa and Latin clubs in the entire Los Angeles area.  The club is currently open Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights and features the best Latin musicians from around the world.  In addition, it offers early evening and late night dining with a beautiful mezzanine dining room that overlooks the club floor.  It’s a great opportunity for guests to view the stellar live band performances and concerts, while dining in fine style.  COMPANY NAME  has several ballrooms available for fine events such as wedding, banquets and other special rental events.  The vast space offers the capability to host three to four events at the same time.  COMPANY NAME  is also home to L.A.’s premier salsa dance school, Let’s Dance L.A.  The dance studio attracts hundreds of students per day who then dine and dance the night away.
COMPANY NAME  has been open for the past five years and  is the brainchild of Enio Cordoba and Terryl Jones. Enio started Lets Dance LA in 1988. Teaming with Terryl in 1993, they created not just a studio, but a family of dancers, students and friends. Both Enio and Terryl have over 25 years of professional dance experience; as a result, they married their love for teaching dance with nightclub and created the number one salsa dance school in L.A. and premier salsa nightclub. For the past six years LDLA has continuously maxed out at 150 students per class. Since students stay after class to eat, drink and party, the nightclub is an instant success on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. LDLA will remain a tenant for COMPANY NAME  and with its renowned success, and the new owner’s ideas and experience; COMPANY NAME  will become the highest grossing entertainment venue in the Los Angeles area.

1.1 Objectives

The following objectives have been established for COMPANY NAME .

  • To become the premier venue in Alhambra, California that offers salsa dancing, concerts, wedding, fine dining and much more.
  • Reach the point of sustainable profitability by the first year. 
  • Keep food and payroll cost under 30% of revenue.
  • Reach 25% occupancy rate.

Long-term Objectives:

  • Improve and add to the premises including furniture, fixtures and safety access.
  • Improve dance studio publicity by adding local professional local dance celebrities to the venue.
  • Purchase additional bar supplies and equipment.
  • Build an additional staircase, providing a separate entrance for weddings, private events and featured artists.

Short-term Objectives:

  • Solidify as many of the target revenue streams, ensuring long term viability and profit.
  • Create repeat business from locals, as well as the entire Los Angeles area.
  • Most importantly, create a club for dancers, by dancers, which guarantees the long term viability of the club.

1.2 Mission

COMPANY NAME  strives to become a premier night-spot in Alhambra, California for locals who are interested in relaxing with a few drinks in an all around high end atmosphere. Our goal is to be a step ahead of the competition. We combine atmosphere, ambiance, and service to create a sense of "place" in order to reach our goal of overall value in our establishment.

1.3 Keys to Success

The keys to success in achieving our goals are:

  • Managing finances to achieve profitability within the first year of operation.
  • Controlling costs at all times without exception.
  • Instituting management controls to ensure proper functioning of daily operations.
  • Environment: provide a clean, upscale, enjoyable environment conducive to giving professional trusting service.
  • Convenience: offering members a wide range of services in one environment.
  • Location: provide an easily accessible location for customer convenience.
  • Reputation: credibility, integrity, and 100% dedication.

COMPANY NAME  is currently located in the city of Alhambra and is proud to offer the most electrifying salsa and concert experience in-town. Our hot spot is presented in a four-story entertainment venue, decorated with 1930's style. Our services are comprised of offering a dance studio, a tapas bar & restaurant, along with various nightclubs on different floors of the building, operating as salsa central.
COMPANY NAME  is the only nightclub in the city of Alhambra that has been granted a 4am closing time, with the ability to admit under 18 patrons. COMPANY NAME  has been operating for the past seven years, and in 2010, new ownership and management will seek a new venture, ensuring its success to continue.
The old adage “location, location, location” couldn’t apply more to the viability of a club.  For a club to be successful one must be assured that women feel safe in driving to, parking and entering the building.  The two most stated qualities women look for in a club is a safety and clean spacious bathrooms. Female patrons leaving late are always offered an escort to the parking lot.  COMPANY NAME  is on First Street just off Main and is two doors down from City Hall, the Police Station and two blocks from the Fire Station.  The largest parking structure in downtown Alhambra is directly across the street from the Granada, and adjacent parking is located behind the building.  The parking structures are extremely well lit thanks to good planning by the Alhambra City Council.  The City Manager has raved about our operation and The Planning Commission uses the Granada as a model for other clubs applying for permits. 

2.1 Company Ownership

INSERT NAME  is the sole owner of COMPANY NAME , which is a registered Corporation in the state of California.
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3.0 Products and Services

COMPANY NAME  nightclub offers the salsa lovers an opportunity to dance, dine and enjoy the entertainment of live salsa music.  The ground floor is currently the primary club room, with dancing to either live or recorded music.  Although we expect salsa to be the major source of revenue, we will offer additional dance club nights and open the third club floor with musical alternatives.  The mezzanine functions as a 60 seat restaurant with the view overlooking the dance floor and the bandstand.  Patrons of the restaurant receive a discount towards admission to either of  the dance clubs.  The restaurant currently serves dinner, with plans to eventually open for lunch.   Before 9pm, the third floor operates as a dance studio.  In the future, it will open as a dance club after class.  A full bar on this floor will open from 7pm till closing and a DJ will spin the latest pop and R& B tunes.
Our services will be developed to provide the optimal amount of personalized service for all of our guests. A large percentage of our business comes from repeat customers and recommendations by friends and family. As a result, creating a good impression the first time, is essential for the long-term success of such an operation. This establishment has been designed to provide a special and unique place of entertainment, in addition to more private tables to allow guests their own space in which to spend their leisure time. This can be a very important feature, especially in the case of busy evenings.
COMPANY NAME  will maintain high service standards and will provide their guests with: a well kept contemporary environment; prompt response to customer requests; warm welcome and hospitality; and flexibility in which prospects can enjoy their leisure time. 

Services will evolve over time to reflect industry trends and changing guest's needs. To help improve services, regular feedback from guests, regarding how satisfied they are with the services and what could be done to improve their stay will be taken.

How to Build a Team at Work

Teams just don't happen they are built. The following are tips that you, as a team leader or an individual member, may use regarding team building training ideas for work.

1. Develop a Vision

Identify the challenging, inspiring goals you want your team to achieve. Define how you want people outside of your team (your customers, your peers out side of your team, the corporation as a whole) to perceive your team. Get all team members involved in helping writing this team vision. Formulate this team vision into a team mission statement. Then have your team's mission statement professionally printed and post it in the work place for all to see.

2. Over Communicate

Make certain that your people know what is going on corporate wide, as well as all members know about team both successes and failures. Let your follow teammates know about new products, new customers, new business partnerships, etc. Inform them of everything from changes in employee benefits to changes in corporate mission or goals. The more knowledge employees have, the better they can identify with an organization. If you are going to make an error, tell them too much, rather than too little. Individuals can't feel as though you're an important part of a team if the team leader keeps them in the dark most of the time.

3. Be Approachable

Make certain that your people feel comfortable coming to you with problems. A breakdown in communication can be a death sentence to a team. Even the best team leader can't correct a problem he or she doesn't know exists. Present yourself as a resource. You are there to help, to coordinate, to run interference for team members when necessary. You are a sounding board if someone needs to discuss an idea or a problem. In addition, walk around, ask questions, and show interest and concern. Don't sit in your office and wait for team members to come to you.

4. Build Rapport

Plan a short stand-up meeting each morning before the start of the work day. When something changes or when new information of interest arrives keeps your people informed. Make certain your people have not only all of the information they need to perform their current jobs, but enough to look ahead and anticipate future opportunities for the team as a whole. Give your team members a feeling that they are ahead of the industry curve. Have occasional informal off-site meetings away from the work place. Encourage team members to enjoy themselves and get to know one another at these meetings.

5. Fully Delegate

You may well be the expert in your field. Perhaps, no one else in your entire team knows as much as you do. But, it is time to start respecting and using the expertise of your team players. A high performance team has members who can assume responsibility and make decisions independently. To do this effectively, they must be allowed the opportunity to learn by doing. People respond in amazing ways when they are given control over the work they do. If asked, most employees can provide several suggestions on how to improve work-flow. The more control you give your people over their own areas, the more ownership they will feel, the more interest they will have, and the harder they will try to do a good job.

6. Lead by Example

You can't motivate a team to feel good about their work if you, as their leader, don't. Similarly, team members won't feel ownership or go the extra mile if you don't. You must set an example by demonstrating passion about your work and displaying confidence in the team to do a good job.

7. Provide Feedback

Be sure to tell your people how they are doing in as timely manner -- not 6 months after the fact. There are no stronger modifiers of behavior than immediate positive or negative reinforcement.

8. Offer Rewards

Consider non-monetary awards such as; public acknowledgment, increased responsibility, status, titles, work space, special parking place close to the door, etc. Keep in mind to praise your people in public and discipline them in private.

9. Encourage Growth

Encourage your people to develop personally and professionally. Suggest training programs, books, seminars, workshops, courses, and journal articles they can read to eliminate weaknesses and fine-tune strengths.

10. Celebrate Accomplishments

Share good news. Have a party. Make noise about it. Let everyone know when the team or a team member does something really noteworthy. Give team members personal "at-a-boys," so long as they are sincere. Keep the criticisms to a minimum.

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