Maize milling is the processing of maize for safe and palatable consumption as food. Processing can be by machine-milling in either large- or small-scale mills, or by hand-milling in domestic or community settings. The maize is first cleaned and then “conditioned”, or “tempered”, by soaking the kernels in water.
After maize milling is done, it can further be processed into maize flour and cornmeal and this is an opportunity to make money daily and will also enable you to add to the agriculture value chain and make you an employer of labour.
The Maize Milling Business Plan with 3 Years Financial Projections is specially developed to help you set up, run and make money from your own maize milling business.
Using the 3 years financial projections, you will be able to secure funding for your business from financial institutions, get grants from the government and attract private investment.
This is a ready-made business plan and you can edit it to suit your own business needs or you can order for the fully tailor-made version which will be completely done for you according to your business specifications.
The business plan is available in MS Word while the financial projections is in MS Excel.
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Take a look at the table of contents below to understand what is in the plan.
1.0 Executive Summary
1.4 Keys to Success
2.0 Company Summary
2.1 Company Ownership
2.2 Company History
2.3 Location and facilities
2.4 Start-Up Summary
2.4.1 Required Funds
3.0 Product and Services
3.2 Pricing Strategy
3.3 Competitive Advantage
3.4 Future Products or Services
4.0 Market Analysis
4.0.1 Market Summary
4.0.2 Market Trend
4.0.3 Marketing Plan
4.1 Market Segmentation
4.2 Target Market Segment Analysis
4.3 Industry Analysis
4.5 Challenges Facing the industry
4.6 SWOT Analysis
4.7 External Environmental Analysis
4.8 Competition and Buying Patterns
4.9 Market Strategy
4.10 Sales Strategy
4.10.1 Sales Forecast
5.0 Operation plan
5.1 Production plan
5.2 Production costs
5.3 Production process
5.4 Production systems
6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary
6.1 Competitive Edge
7.0 Management Summary
7.1 Organizational Structure
7.2 Management Team
7.3 Personnel Plan
Table: Salaries and Wages
8.0 Financial Plan
8.1 Important Assumptions
8.3 Sales Forecast 1-3 Years
8.4 Operating Expenses 1-3 Years
8.5 Cash Flow Forecast 1-3 Years
8.6 Income Statements 1-3 Years
8.7 Balance Sheet 1-3 Years
8.8 Break-even Analysis
8.9 Financial Ratio
8.10 Loan Repayment Schedule, Amortization, and Depreciation