In a way, every successful business is a “manufacturing” business with standard procedures that all ow you to consistently deliver your high quality product or service. To schedule production you need to have adequate supplies and or labor and be be mindful of capacity constraints which may require you to turn away some projects.

Don’t get hung up on the fact that you don’t produce a tangible product. You will still needs supplies and staffing to deliver to your customers.

  • What major items, materials, or services will you require?
  • From whom will you buy, why will you buy from that supplier, and what are the supplier’s terms and conditions?
  • Outline your production process. Even a service business has a process. Focus on just the critical steps in the process
  • Do you have a unique process? Be sure to highlight that as a competitive advantage.
  • What facilities or equipment will you need?
  • What are your quality control measures
  • What will it cost to become fully operational?