As a business owner, you can set the hours you prefer for your in-home day care.
To stay competitive, however, check other child care businesses in the area and learn their hours of operation to make sure your hours meet your market's needs.
Include information about the needs of your target market and how its day care needs are currently being addressed.
Include information about how you will position your day care center business for success despite the competition.
If you will have a partner, however, you will have to form a partnership.
You may even choose to establish your business as a separate entity from yourself by forming a corporation. Include details about hiring and training employees.
Make sure to cover the legal necessities of a daycare business, such as site safety, emergency care, staff qualifications, and other requirements in your area.
Your plan should include a statement of how the business will run financially.
Often, catering to a specific age group makes providing child care easier.
For example, you may restrict enrollment to toddlers in order to have an entire group that is mobile.