Brian Bullard has over 30 years of experience in developing art businesses and has co-created over 30 "paint and sip" studios. Amy Bullard is a CPA with over 30 years of corporate finance and accounting experience. Combined, they execute the best "paint & sip" business and bank loan plans available in the industry.
The 7(a) Loan Program is the SBA's most common loan program, and includes financial help for "paint & sip" businesses.
Whether starting an independent "paint & sip" business, with or without our help, or franchising, you will need a complete, proper, and professional "business plan" to submit to the SBA and / or bank if you intend on applying for a business loan, including--
*Executive Summary -- a snapshot of your business plan as a whole and touches on your company profile and goals.
*Company Description -- provides information on what you do, what differentiates your business from others, and the markets your business serves.
*Market Analysis -- detailed information of the paint & sip" business industry, market, and your competitors.
*Organization & Management -- a description of the organization and management structure for your business.
*Service and Product Line -- what you sell, how customers benefit from it, and the entire story on your product and service.
*Marketing & Sales -- the strategy to promote and maintain your studio in the public eye and convert that to sales.
*Funding Request -- how you intend to use the funds you receive.
*Financial Projections -- to include forecasted income statements, balance sheets, cash flow statements, and capital expenditure budgets for the first five years of your paint and wine oriented studio.
*Appendix -- which includes a list of typically requested personal documents and other info.
Our "Paint & Sip Business Plan & Bank Loan Kit" contains all of the above is customized to to the financial needs and desires of your future or current business. We have helped clients secure loans in excess of $80k!