Writing an outstanding business plan can be complicated.
Let’s break it down into easy steps.
GOALS CANNOT BE FULLY REALIZED UNLESS THERE WAS A SOLID PLAN TO BEGIN WITH
In this guide, you are going to find:
+ Step-by-step process for writing a thorough business plan that will help your define and understand your business, as well as provide convincing arguments for your future investors
+ You will define the exact audience your business plan should be created for as well as the types of business plans and which one is most appropriate for your case
+ The 160-pages ebook describes how to write each of the sections of a business plan: the executive summary, the business summary, analyze your financial statements
+ Additional list of supporting documents for your business plan
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What you’ll learn…
Purpose of a Business Plan
Purpose of a business plan may vary from being a roadmap for business administration and operations, maintaining focus for management, securing external financing or something else what is more specific to your situation and your business.
Target Audience of a Business Plan
The target audience will depend on the purpose of the business plan, or the reason why it is being made in the first place.
Types of a Business Plan
We could classify business plans according to their lengths and purpose. Depending on a type of business plan there is a general business plan structure you can use.
Details of a Business Plan
You’ll get a deep dive into each of the business plan sections like executive summary, description of your business, your products/services, market analysis, your marketing plan, your financial statements (please do not get afraid if you do not have a financial background. We’ll explain it to you in several illustrative examples) and many more.
Many are wondering on whether there is a template for writing business plans. In this day and age of everything becoming virtually available over the internet, you are bound to find one or two templates that you simply have to fill up. There is nothing wrong with that method, but a serious business owner or entrepreneur would think twice about using these prewritten templates or software, and prepare their own business plan, taking into account the fact that not all businesses are the same, and they cannot be boxed within a specific prewritten business plan template.
BUSINESS PLAN GURU eBook
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