If you’ve got a great plan, it can and will inspire you every time you see it.
To secure funding, you need a business plan that meets financiers’ stringent requirements.
Who are your five most significant competitors? What is their point of differentiation? Some critical questions to ask to stay ahead.
There are ten basic elements that must be covered when writing a business plan. They include an overview, executive summary; general company description; the opportunity; industry and market; your strategy; the team; a marketing plan; operational plan; financial plan and an appendix.
This simple, four step competitive analysis will help you rise above the pack.
How to build a business plan that inspires confidence in your potential backers and attracts investors.
Many entrepreneurs find SWOT – strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats – analysis almost intuitive.
Do your homework before opening your doors to avoid business-busting mistakes.