• By focusing on its heritage and the strength it brings into the products, their quality, and uniqueness, Salvador's will increase its sales to more than $2 million by the turn of the century, while improving the gross margin on sales cash management and working capital.
• This business plan leads the way. It renews our vision and strategic focus on the quality and value we put in our products and the market segment originally targeted. Our vision has been broadened by the success we have found in the marketplace, to the extent of adding new products and current plans on additional items and services. It has given us a step-by-step plan to meet and exceed our goals for increased sales, gross margin, and profitability.
• This plan includes this summary, and chapters on the company, products and services, market focus, action plans and forecasts, management team, and financial plan.
1. Increase sales to more than $1 million over the next three years.
2. Move gross margin to above 55% over the current product line and maintain that level.
3. Add products and services to meet market demand, again at 55% margin or above.
4. Sell $2 million of salsa and related Hispanic food items and service by 2000.
5. Improve inventory turnover, reduce the cost of goods sold while maintaining the high quality of the products.
6. To provide jobs to the Hispanic community that are rewarding and fulfilling.
Salvador's was built on offering the highest quality and value in its authentic hot salsa, filled with the history of the Hispanic community. Time honored family recipes have been passed down through the generations, rich with ethnic heritage. Knowledgeable consumers were looking for authentic products, filled with the best ingredients. The consumer was crying out for a change! They wanted real down home Hispanic salsa.
Salvador's answered this call, first with its hot salsa, then adding mild and extra hot salsa, followed by yellow and blue corn chips. Constantly striving to supply what the consumer is asking for, we continually review what is available in the marketplace, and what isn't. Improving on what is available and providing new products and services to the areas of need will assure our success in a market driven by consumer demand.