By Glen J. Espino on June 13 2018 16:54:29
A business plan is not a document you create once and store in your bottom drawer. It is a living guide that you should develop as your business grows and changes. Successful businesses review and update their business plan when circumstances change.
Even though the summary will be read first, it is easiest to write it last – providing an overview of the complete business plan. The aim is to draw the reader in, so what you include will depend on your audience. If you are seeking funding you need to really sell your business idea in the summary.
An excellent place to start your search for good examples of business plans is the Business Network office in your region. Our Business Information Officers are able to provide you with access to materials that can be tailored to your needs. Your local Business Network centre offers a wealth of information, including practical tools, guides, and specific examples on how to start the planning process.
It is definitely not the most exciting part of starting a business. In fact, if you’re like a lot of entrepreneurs, you’re probably going to find yourself pulling a few all-nighters to get one done before heading into your first pitch for funding. Because that’s the thing--your business plan is a pretty important.
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