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Unless there is also a major food potential, it is unlikely anyone can get much of a living under this figure. As it is also the average, it underlines how many licensees are just scraping a living. For the heavier drinking Midlands and North the average barrellage will be higher but volumes are falling and are nowhere near the levels when heavy industry was flourishing. Note that in this context a barrel is thirty-six gallons of beer. Look at the history of the pub If you can get a look at the trade history of a pub, then this will tell you much about its potential.

These are developed much like film sets so that they can be easily (but expensively) changed as the fashion changes. They are often very large with trading areas as much as ten times greater than an average pub. It is commonplace to have average takings of over 55,000 a day in this style of outlet and many will be making profits of &1,000per day. This sounds like a licence to print money and would be if it were not for the impact of the initial development costs and the heavy burden of regular refurbishment.

Yes, a three-year plan! You probably thought that forecasting one week’s trade was hard enough and one year more than sufficient. But a three-year plan is really a minimum requirement for a successful business. Like all plans, it can be adapted to meet changing circumstances but a good, honest attempt to forecast takings and expenses trends is essential. You will see that four financial schedules are included in a thorough business plan. In the displayed examples there are: a (I) 3 9 cn ; W 0 W I I- r .

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