Do you work in an office but can’t stand the tea/coffee supplied on site? Do you hate waking up earlier just so you can make a smoothie or prepare a glass of fresh juice to take with you on a long and stressful commute to work? I have been developing a business plan to assist those of you who have the same “struggles” as I did when I had an office based job.
Mobile hot and cold drink supplies are becoming more and more popular and therefore, I would like to tap into that market with a view of offering affordable and yet high quality teas, coffees, smoothies, fresh juice and other hot and cold drinks to brighten up hard working people’s day. My plan is to offer this service in Milton Keynes.
In addition to offering mobile drinks at your convenience my business plan also includes an aspect which I am extremely passionate about and that is adding social value and benefitting the local communities which cannot enjoy the lives of the highflyers. With this in mind, I am committed to use at least 20% of the revenue to make fresh healthy drinks and give them out those in need who simply cannot afford the luxury of having the appropriate equipment or even ingredients to make these highly nutritious drinks which can have a major positive impact on the quality of their lives. I am extremely keen to give something back to the communities and I am confident that by implementing this plan, I can make a difference.
Unfortunately, I do not have sufficient resources to make this happen and this is where I need your help. In order for this plan to be realised, I need to purchase a van (£12,000) and the equipment, such as professional coffee machines, smoothie makers and juicers which equates to approximately £6,000. I have already undertaken the required training and purchased all consumables but I am not able to progress without your investment. Therefore, I would be extremely grateful if you could support me in any way you can to enable me to collect £18,000. We all want to contribute to something to make a positive change in someone’s life, don’t you?
Gerard Angus Fulton