By Lydia F. Brown on August 04 2018 01:20:08
There are no rules about what your plan should cover or the level of detail. In general, plans need to include information regarding:
~ business profile
~ vision, mission and
~ market research
~ operational strategy
~ products and/or services
~ marketing plan
~ financial strategy.
You may want to consider the following key questions to help determine if you are ready to start writing your business plan.
~ Have you thoroughly refined your business idea so you have a good understanding of how your business will operate?
~ Have you researched your business concept to determine if there is a need for it in the marketplace?
~ Have you completed a feasibility study to determine expected level of success?
~ Do you have the money required to start and grow the business?
~ Are you prepared to invest significant time into the business to get it up and running?
If you are seeking finance for your business, you will need to show banks and investors why they should invest in your business. Lenders and investors will only risk their time and money if they are confident that your business will be successful and profitable.
Don’t make common mistakes. I’ve seen thousands of business plans, good and bad, and I can tell you that avoiding these common business planning errors will put you far ahead of the curve.
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