Trying to write a basic small business plan? You're off to a good start. Most businesses and start-ups only need a basic small business plan to help them accomplish their specific goals. For some entrepreneurs, that's developing a viable strategy and a document that can help guide them during their first few years of operations. For others a business plan may be necessary to help them secure the funding they need to get their business started. In either case, simplicity it the best approach to take when it comes to your business plan. To make sure you've crafted a basic small business plan that still has all the pieces you need, include the following:
• A concise executive summary
• A basic description of your product, service, or whatever it is you plan to market or sell
• A brief bio that emphasizes your career highlights
• Straightforward, feasible financial projections
• An analysis of your target market and the demand for your product/service/thing
If you've included these sections in your business plan, you've covered most of what any investor or lender is looking for or requires. Remember, keeping your business plan simple, short, and concise is the best way to actually get an investor or lender to read it. If they want more information, trust us, they'll ask. Still not sure about what goes into a basic small business plan? Give us a call at MasterPlans. As the industry leaders in business plan writing we've done and seen it all. Call us today for more information about how we can help you get your business off the ground. Consultations are free at 877-453-2011.
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