Most businessess fail because they don't know business or marketing. If you have a junior college near you check to see if they have hospitality classes. In my area we have great classes in catering, cost of goods etc. to become a qualified chef. Take a Serv-Safe course, contact Health Dept and look around for good used equipment. One or two WSM's won't work because you can't cook enough to make a profit. Check out licenses in your county, check out commercial commissary/kitchens and insurance. If you're in for an ounce your are in for a pound. Once you charge the game changes, it will take you a few years to break even if ever.