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03-01-2005, 03:33 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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12-10-2014, 12:10 AM
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Startup_Consultant
02-21-2015, 04:46 PM
I think a key point is missing above:
What makes your product different?
Without this you likely fail, I'm afraid...

Caroline22
07-21-2015, 11:22 AM
Great writing as usual. You have divided the plan into 5 parts. I like the way you introduce. Excellent work!

KennethCBragg
10-25-2015, 01:01 AM
Great information for shearing with us

Malik Suleman
12-28-2015, 12:35 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.


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
Amazing and really motivative

MahaKarthi
02-28-2016, 11:33 PM
The information shared is very useful. I would like to mention that the role of a good consultant is very important to ensure the best results and to see if the plans need alterations with respect to the various processes. Piterion offers excellent service in business planning to clients across the globe.

Monte
03-20-2017, 06:26 PM
Udemy actually has a good course by Dr. Jeff Cornwall about entrepreneurship and small business. He actually covers business plans in the course. I would recommend checking it out.

John G. Anai
10-29-2018, 04:16 AM
When you write your business plan you should known about your customer needs and financial plan.
Also, you will also provide a quick overview of your structure, location and history.

John G. Anai
10-29-2018, 04:18 AM
When you write your business plan you should known about your customer needs and financial plan.
Also, you will also provide a quick overview of your structure, location and history.

gilsulate
12-13-2018, 04:05 AM
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01-31-2019, 12:07 AM
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Lilykevin86
07-02-2020, 03:48 AM
Customary marketable strategies utilize a mix of these nine segments. Official rundown. Quickly mention to your peruser what your organization is and why it will be effective. Organization depiction. Market examination. Association and the board. Administration or product offering. Promoting and deals. Subsidizing demand. Money related projections.

alishbasaki
01-17-2021, 11:43 PM
Leader rundown. Momentarily mention to your peruse what your organization is and why it will be effective.
Organization portrayal.
Market examination.
Association and the executives.
Administration or product offering.
Advertising and deals.
Financing demand.
Monetary projections.

Lilykevin86
02-25-2021, 01:45 AM
Instructions to Write a Winning Business Plan Emphasize Market Needs Address Investor Needs Emphasize the Market Address Investors' Needs Make It Happen.

lishmaliny
05-13-2021, 12:45 PM
Situation Analysis. A situation analysis defines the current situation, and it must be an objective assessment.
The Market. Do an in-depth assessment of your competition and their marketing strategy.
Positioning Your Product or Service.
Setting Objectives.
Strategy.