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03-01-2005, 03:23 PM
Business Plan Outline (Contact www.MotivatedEntrepreneur.com for all your needs)



The following outline of a typical business plan can serve as a guide. You can adapt it to your specific business. Breaking down the plan into several components helps make drafting it a more manageable task.



Introduction
Give a detailed description of the business and its goals.


Discuss the ownership of the business and the legal structure.


List the skills and experience you bring to the business.


Discuss the advantages you and your business have over your competitors.


Marketing
Discuss the products/services offered.


Identify the customer demand for your product/service.


Identify your market, its size and locations.


Explain how your product/service will be advertised and marketed.


Explain the pricing strategy.

Financial Management
Explain your source and the amount of initial equity capital.


Develop a monthly operating budget for the first year.


Develop an expected return on investment and monthly cash flow for the first year.


Provide projected income statements and balance sheets for a two*year period.


Discuss your break*even point.


Explain your personal balance sheet and method of compensation.


Discuss who will maintain your accounting records and how they will be kept.


Provide "what if" statements that address alternative approaches to any problem that may develop.



Operations

Explain how the business will be managed on a day*to*day basis.


Discuss hiring and personnel procedures.


Discuss insurance, lease or rent agreements, and issues pertinent to your business.


Account for the equipment necessary to produce your products or services.


Account for production and delivery of products and services.

Concluding Statement
Summarize your business goals and objectives and express your commitment to the success of your business.


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Ryan Reynold
01-04-2019, 04:57 AM
Research, research, research. ...
Determine the purpose of your plan. ...
Create a company profile. .

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01-09-2019, 03:02 PM
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01-19-2019, 12:37 AM
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01-20-2019, 09:20 AM
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gilsulate
01-25-2019, 04:47 AM
Investing in your career will not be a pretty bad idea.

mariamliem
01-28-2019, 01:13 AM
i think all people here are agree that we need build a company profile first.. and then it's a pretty good idea if you start to looking for an venture capital firm to be your partner. If you try to make your business or startup bigger, than you must take a bigger action too.

anishaahish
01-29-2019, 06:13 AM
great to read

killingerpestsolutions
01-30-2019, 01:28 AM
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fanean
02-12-2019, 05:08 PM
The article summary preparing to write your business plan writing your business plan finalizing your business plan community references. The traditional business plan to some combination of these nine section. The executive summary briefly tell your reader what your company is and why it will be successful. The company description, market analysis, organizations and management, service or product line, marketing and sales, funding request, financial projections.

RosalindaSmith
05-12-2019, 08:20 PM
Research, research, research. ...
Determine the purpose of your plan. ...
Create a company profile. ...
Document all aspects of your business. ...
Have a strategic marketing plan in place. ...
6. Make it adaptable based on your audience https://olatcc.com.br/contador-de-caracteres . ...
Explain why you care.

Certamente, hoje em dia muitas pessoas e até empresas precisam escrever muitos trabalhos acadêmicos, como ensaios ou planos de negócios. Ou muitos outros. Então, se você está procurando o melhor lugar para fazê-lo, uma boa escolha está aqui.

Walter White1
08-06-2019, 02:57 AM
Business Plan Outline (Contact www.MotivatedEntrepreneur.com for all your needs)



The following outline of a typical business plan can serve as a guide. You can adapt it to your specific business. Breaking down the plan into several components helps make drafting it a more manageable task.



Introduction
Give a detailed description of the business and its goals.


Discuss the ownership of the business and the legal structure.


List the skills and experience you bring to the business.


Discuss the advantages you and your business have over your competitors.


Marketing
Discuss the products/services offered.


Identify the customer demand for your product/service.


Identify your market, its size and locations.


Explain how your product/service will be advertised and marketed.


Explain the pricing strategy.

Financial Management
Explain your source and the amount of initial equity capital.


Develop a monthly operating budget for the first year.


Develop an expected return on investment and monthly cash flow for the first year.


Provide projected income statements and balance sheets for a two*year period.


Discuss your break*even point.


Explain your personal balance sheet and method of compensation.


Discuss who will maintain your accounting records and how they will be kept.


Provide "what if" statements that address alternative approaches to any problem that may develop.



Operations

Explain how the business will be managed on a day*to*day basis.


Discuss hiring and personnel procedures.


Discuss insurance, lease or rent agreements, and issues pertinent to your business.


Account for the equipment necessary to produce your products or services.


Account for production and delivery of products and services.

Concluding Statement
Summarize your business goals and objectives and express your commitment to the success of your business.


Motivated Entrepreneur Consulting can help you develop all the tools necessary in order to prepare for successful operation of your business. Visit us today at www.MotivatedEntrepreneur.com
yoy didnt mentioned the 4 p's of marketing you mus have to explain the,m too

CliffordPhillips
10-18-2019, 01:30 AM
I am thinking to start a new Business and your Idea will help me a lot.

amayajace
10-22-2019, 03:20 AM
Research, research, research.
Determine the purpose of your plan.
Create a company profile.
Document all aspects of your business.
Have a strategic marketing plan in place.
6. Make it adaptable based on your audience.
Explain why you care.

speeduser
12-18-2020, 04:59 AM
Thank you for providing us with this outline. It's kinda hard to start your business plan without any structure in mind. This is a great help. - Phillip Elden (https://www.phillipeldenprofile.com/)

Arunkamble
12-29-2020, 03:57 AM
Shouldn't the business model or the revenue structure be a part of the business plan?

raviseo120
12-29-2020, 11:57 AM
thanks for sharing with us

JosephRodriguez
01-02-2021, 12:40 AM
Here are a few key things to keep in mind to help you write an effective business plan, as follows:-
Know your audience
Have a clear goal
Invest time in research
Keep it short and to the point
Keep the tone, style, and voice consistent
Do Market analysis
Company and management summary
Financial plan, etc.

raviseo120
01-06-2021, 12:19 PM
thanks for sharing with us

PhilipSullivan
01-09-2021, 10:55 AM
So, here are some steps for writing a perfect business plan:
- Research, research, research
- Determine the purpose of your plan
- Create a company profile
- Document all aspects of your business
- Have a strategic marketing plan in place
- Make it adaptable based on your audience

lishmaliny
03-19-2021, 03:19 PM
Executive summary.
Company description.
Market analysis.
Organization and management.
Service or product line.
Marketing and sales.
Funding request.
Financial projections.