This sample Block Industry Business Plan in Nigeria can be used for Grant Applications, Bank Loan, Proposal writing, Business Concept Note, Competitions etc.
Describe your service and/or product idea
- What is the problem your idea is designed to solve?
- In particular, describe the key value attributes of the idea.
- Is this Non-Regulated?
– I am involved in the manufacturing of building concrete, bricks and blocks for masonry, builders association, housing consultant, development agencies, construction workers etc.
– We make block of uniform quality and sell them at a price high enough to cover costs and make a reasonable profit.
– Cement concrete blocks are modern construction materials and as such are use in all the construction viz: residential, commercial, and industrial building construction
– Solid concrete block making solve the problem of building houses that is shelter in the society. This need is one of the major needs of human being. Irrespective of the level of income, people strive to have houses of their own. So blocks and bricks are always in high demand.
– We provide blocks to build houses for human beings
– I have a great passion for this line of business as my father is a veteran in the industry and I have been involved since child hood.
– I have seen a great need for quality block production in the industry and I decided to be producing it.
– I also believe it will help to reduce unemployment as the industry employs so many people.
My business objectives are
– To become the leading provider of concrete block and services in Ibadan.
– This means always having the best and most efficient facilities, process and people.
– To be the No1 solid block producing company in Ibadan, Oyo state
– To have expanded to 3 other locations and have employed 250 people
– Most people in the industry produce an average of 50 9” blocks from one bag of cement which makes block not to be strong enough for building construction and which consequently leads to building collapse
– My innovation is to produce 36 solid brocks from a cement which makes it last long.
– My business is non-regulated however, one need to put this in place to start.
– Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
– Join Block Makers Association
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Who are the customer(s), consumer(s), or market(s) for your idea?
- Is this an existing market segment?
- How familiar is the market to this type of service?
My customers are building contractors, general contractors, concrete subcontractors, builders association, housing consultant, development agencies, construction workers, civil engineers, architect, land lords and individuals.
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