Boutique Store Financial Projection Template

Create financial projections for a new boutique store or online boutique in no time without needing to be a spreadsheet expert. Perfect for an SBA loan, business plan, or investor pitch.

How it works?

Template price: $

99

  • 5 Year Projected Financial Statements
  • CPA Developed & Completely Customizable
  • Video Guide Included
  • Free Support & Projections Review
  • Compatible with Google Sheets

This easy to use boutique template was built by our own CPA projections expert

Create investor- and lender-ready projections in a matter of hours

Our CPA developed template enables you to create professional projections based on your unique assumptions.

Create investor- and lender-ready projections in hours, not days.

Built just for Boutiques & Online Boutiques - more than 2,500 businesses have used ProjectionHub to create projections for their ecommerce and retail businesses so you can be sure it will help you as you create your business plan for an online boutique

How it works?

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The template price: $

99

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Step 1: Purchase and download the template

After purchase, you will download an unlocked Excel file with a ready-to-use financial projection template for your business model. You can also open the file to use in Google Sheets!

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Step 2: Enter your assumptions on the input tabs

Boutique Sales Projections

  • The boutique revenue projection model will guide you through predicting your monthly income and cost of goods sold for the next five years. Using assumptions like website traffic, foot traffic, and how many locations you can confidently plan how to open a boutique. You can set unique products and product categories with their affiliated costs, distribution costs, and income which will automatically be calculated on your financial statements.

Boutique Operating Expenses

  • This template makes it easy to input your unique boutique and online boutique expenses so you can calculate the profitability of your boutique. The template will start with some suggested expense inputs so you don't have to start from scratch and this section will allow you to decide if expenses are static or possibly variable based upon other variables. Your expenses will then be passed on to your boutique pro forma financial statements.

Boutique General Assumptions

  • Planning how to open a boutique or how to start an online boutique often starts with understanding how much does it cost to start your boutique. The starting assumptions of this boutique template will take balance sheet items like fixed assets, loans, investments, starting inventory, and accounts receivable. The template will then calculate items like amortization, depreciation, interest expense, and more.

Boutique Salaries Planning

  • Accurately planning how many employees you need for your new boutique and how much you can afford to pay is a very important step when planning your ecommerce boutique. The template will calculate things like employer taxes, benefits, as well as owner compensation.

Step 3: The model is automatically updated based on your assumptions

Boutique Shop Financial Overview

  • This At-A-Glace tab shows you a financial summary in the form of data visualizations, ratios, and boutique financial summaries, all ready to be copied into a pitch deck or business plan. 

Online Boutique Financial Pro Formas

  • There are six different boutique Financial Statement tabs: the annual formats of the income statement, cash flow statement, and balance sheet, and the month-by-month breakdowns of the same financial statements. Our balance sheets always balance, automatically. 

Investor Dashboard Tab

  • The Investor Dashboard tab enables you, a lender, or an investor to play with any main assumptions of the revenue model. This tab will then display the income statement from your model and a special, modified income statement that updates as you manipulate the assumptions. This enables you to see how sensitive your model is to certain variables without any redundant data entry
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Tables, charts, graphs and dashboards include:

Tables, charts, graphs and dashboards include:

  • Profit and loss at a glance table
  • Use of start-up funds graph
  • Key ratios table ​​
  • Cash generated from operating activities graph
  • ​Investor dashboard ​
  • 5 years of monthly and annual income statement, cash flow and balance sheet reports
  • Profit and loss at a glance table

  • Use of start-up funds graph

  • Key ratios table

  • ​Cash generated from operating activities graph

  • Investor dashboard

  • 5 years of monthly and annual income statement, cash flow and balance sheet reports

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The cost of the template is estimated at $ 2000

If you hired a CPA to build this template from scratch it would take at least 20 hours of billable time to build a similar template. At an average hourly rate of $100 per hour it would cost you $2,000.

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The ProjectionHub Team

Grace Cisna, CPA

Before joining ProjectionHub, Grace served as an auditor for a public accounting firm in Indianapolis. There, she audited start-up tech companies, major regional hospitals, public manufacturers and everything in between.

As an auditor, she gained insight to the inner workings of all kinds of business models. Grace is a CPA, has a bachelor’s degrees in Accounting and French and a Master’s of Accountancy all from the University of Iowa, where she also taught introductory accounting classes to undergraduates.

Grace loves to use her accounting expertise to serve as an advisor to her clients, helping them understand what it takes to make a business succeed.

Adam Hoeksema — Co-founder ProjectionHub

Adam is the co-founder of ProjectionHub which is a SaaS web application that helps entrepreneurs create financial projections for their business.

Since 2012, over 40,000 entrepreneurs from around the world have used ProjectionHub to help create financial projections.

Adam also serves as the Executive Director of Bankable. Bankable is a Small Business Administration (SBA) lender that makes loans from $500 to $250,000 to Indiana small businesses that are unable to secure financing from a traditional bank.

Adam has managed the loan program since loan #1 in 2010. Since 2010, Bankable has closed over 1,200 loans totaling over $38,000,000. Adam is an entrepreneur at heart and loves working with entrepreneurs to launch and grow their business.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to open a boutique?

Figuring out how much it will cost to start your boutique can vary greatly depending on a number of factors. Most likely the biggest variable is if your boutique will just be an online boutique or if you plan to have a brick and mortar store front boutique. Starting a physical boutique store will certainly have higher costs based upon lease, building improvements, utilities, and more. However, starting with just an online boutique cuts most of those costs out and can greatly increase margins but may decrease local visibility. Two more important details to decide will be if you are on your own or if you will have any employees to start and what is the general cost of your inventory. Lower quality products will lower your starting inventory costs but if you're product will be very high quality and costs that will increase your starting inventory expense. An example of startup costs is believed that it costs somewhere between $50,000 and $150,000 to open a physical clothing boutique.

What is needed to start a boutique?

There is a list of fairly standard things that you will need in order to open your business including business bank account, credit card, registration, EIN, and necessary permits and licenses, but other things more specific to a boutique can include a physical space, website domain, website, social media handles, manufacturer if producing your own product or clothing, warehousing, logistics provider if you will offer shipping, a point of sale provider for in person payments. Online credit card processor and more.

Is a boutique a profitable business?

Starting a boutique business can be a very profitable venture depending on your overhead, brand awareness, and the margins of your products. Online boutiques tend to have higher margins because they have lower overhead but logistics costs can eat into that margin if not careful or your product is large to ship. Gross profit for boutiques typically are around 20%.

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