This is the "boring" stuff, but it's totally necessary.
Here, write down your operating hours, how many people you plan to hire, what those roles are, your account management software, how you'll collect payments, who your suppliers will be, what the hiring process looks like, exit strategies, and any other operational items that will your business run day-to-day.
Can you create experiences or events within your community that will create buzz?
Do you have ambassadors that can help you spread the word?
You want to cover all your bases in terms of things that are doable and things that will be doable once you develop a bigger team and more resources.
Create a timeline of how you hope the business to play out as it will help you establish actionable goals.
A business plan is a written document that describes your business.
It covers objectives, strategies, sales, marketing and financial forecasts.
While appearing first, this section is written last.
It summarizes the key elements of the entire business plan and is the first thing anyone looking at your business plan reads so it's critical that your executive summary is outstanding.