Help your readers understand the process by which the inputs become outputs for the products and services your co-operative offers.
What is your production and process?
Use this section to describe the processes by which the inputs become outputs. This is, if you like, the machinery of the business and is at the very heart of the enterprise, so you need to clearly describe these processes in some detail.
Refer back to where you define your commercial activity in the your co-operative business model section.
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Your production and process
Outline your production and process in your business plan
Use the content from your feasibility to populate the production and process section of your business plan, following this template:
This looks at: What are the processes by which the inputs become outputs? What inputs are required, where they will come from, how will supply continuity and quality will be assured? How will the quality of work will be monitored and assured? How will it be delivered? How will you ensure reliability and minimum internal cost?
The information and tools in this section have been developed by our colleagues at Co-operative Assistance Network.Updated: 26/03/2019