|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 twoyear period.|
|Discuss your breakeven 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.|
What is included in a
Do it Yourself Outline:
Product or Service
Marketing Strategies -
Marketing Tips, Tricks,
Features into Benefits
Cash Flow Projection
7 Essential Pieces to a Winning Business Plan
Writing a good business plan for your business requires time, commitment and a good business plan template. Be sure include the following seven sections in your business plan:
9 Pointers for Evaluating a Business Proposal
Finding a business opportunity on the net is easy. But evaluating the right one for you, takes a little knowledge.
What should you look for when evaluating an opportunity? Here are 9 pointers.
8 Steps to Creating a Simple Business Plan for 2004
Here are 8 simple steps to creating your own business plan.
Top 10 Tips to Create A Business Plan!
(For People Who Hate Business Plans)
One of the key challenges for any business is to remain focused and invest resources for maximum pay-off. A business plan can help, but most small business owners
hate doing them! In the spirit that any map is better than no map, here are
the top ten keys to creating your own map to success:
Ten Tips To Jump Start Your Business Plan
The process of putting together a coherent business plan will probably take longer
than you estimate. Along the way you will probably stop and say, "you know, we haven't really thought our strategies out very well, have we?" or "we don't really know our competition as well as we thought we
Why you need a killer executive summary in your business plan
The purpose of the executive summary
is to entice the reader
to review, or request to review, the
entire business plan.
The executive summary is not a mini
version of the entire
business plan. Keep it brief. It should be viewed as a
marketing tool, a very important marketing tool.
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