A horizontally integrated local food company is a company that reaches financial sustainability in a local market by developing a series of interrelated food businesses that achieve economies of scale by sharing common a common brand, shared ownership, experienced management, administration and marketing.
This Horizontally Integrated Local Brand Business Model Optimization Report details what it really takes to successfully launch and finance a profitable horizontally integrated food or beverage business brand. All dimensions of the business are covered, including business strategy, business structure, brand platform, operations and quality assurance and a realistic financial model.
Examples of horizontally integrated local food companies include:
- A deli, bakery, caterer and a catalog company.
- A caterer, two restaurants and a wholesale food company.
- A series of restaurants, each set up as an individual entity with a common investor entity that provides shared administration and marketing services to the portfolio restaurants.
This Report Helps You Answer:
- What should I focus on right now to grow my business?
- How big do I need to be to reach profitability?
- When and under what conditions can I expect to reach profitability?
- Does a restaurant group or another shared entity sense as a next step?
- What is the best business structure to make horizontal integration happen?
- How diversified should my collection of businesses be?
- What do I need to do to get people to buy my products?
- How does my supply chain affect my business?
- How much money do I need to raise?
- Should I raise equity or debt, and how much of each?
- How should each of the related businesses be capitalized differently?
How You Can Use This Report:
This report is great for consultants working with entrepreneurs (or enterprising entrepreneurs themselves) who have reached their potential with one business in local markets and are looking to achieve profitability and operating efficiencies by opening up complementary enterprises that share common resources.