Time Line For Starting a Bakery

Time Line For Starting a Bakery

Daniel Boyle July 25, 2020

So what’s the time line for a bakery to start?

O … Well … For example, it means gathering all the knowledge from your thoughts. Asking questions for yourself? Very personal questions!You may want to check out next for more.

May I do the same?

Will I have enough experience?

Is my family invested in this venture?

Will I do it all alone?

Was I ready to face up to my hopes and desires?

Could I put my company first above everything else?

Am I getting enough money to get me through?

There are many, many, many more questions you need to ask yourself, but you can only ask them and it’s time to build your business plan after those personal questions are answered. The business plan once again poses more concerns and collects more knowledge from several different sources.

It needs to be built into the business plan until it has been obtained.

The time line to start a bakery will vary from a couple of days to several months and even years. But, the conclusion generally is quite satisfying and very fulfilling once it has begun. To me, at least, it was. And although I never began to be a baker in 1955, I’ve certainly enjoyed the 53 years I’ve been a bakery employee in my life and owner of The Crusty Cottage Bakery.

Today, with those years of experience and the knowledge acquired in those years, I have the privilege of showing others what and how much I enjoyed my company.

Perhaps I ‘d suggest that you budget your time. This could be your time-line to start a bakery.

Buy a notebook today, or write a pad, start writing down your ideas and thoughts.

Look at other bakeries in your area tomorrow. Look to see from which side of the street their demand originates. What other companies are similar to you that can support the bakery or the type of bakery company that you expect.

Test their prices and their consistency. Look at the company’s d├ęcor and color schemes.

Start drawing up your business plan. At this point, it does not need to be perfect or in proper order, but for easy access, cataloging into different folders is worthwhile.

Tell yourself six weeks to prepare your business plan.

Look for an suitable place to position your company on all facets of your time-line.

You want to have a reasonable time-line to start a bakery. So do not think you can start from scratch in one day. You don’t want anything left till tomorrow or next week either. This is a sure sign of failure.

So true is the old saying “Don’t put off till tomorrow, what you can do now.”

If you buy into an existing bakery your time line will be one to three months from start to finish for starting your bakery.

A lawyer and an accountant will show the job on paper. Discuss the legal and accounting ramifications of that new business with them.

Pay no money to anyone until you have done their due diligence (just a word to explain investigations).

First believe in yourself then look at all the details and choose your next step.

After looking at all the numbers from the selling bakery, and by your own determination, you are going to decide one way or the other just what the time line will be to start a bakery.