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Write the executive summary after the business report has been completed.
Highlight the major points from each section, including the name and location of the boutique, the owners and key players in the boutique, the basic operations on a daily basis, primary funding and a detailed budget that outlines how the money is spent in the boutique.
Examples include the lack of customers, lack of sales, lack of funding or not being able to get the products you want to sell.
Provide a solution to each of the risks, so you are prepared to take action in case one of your risks should occur.
The budget should extend three years from the start-up day and include boutique rental fees (or mortgage payments), insurance, taxes, utilities, labor fees and employee salaries, ordering of products to sell in the boutique and different marketing campaigns.
Also include your sources of basic funding and a list of banking loans or grants that may be available for boutique owners.