Business Development Services
Business plans are generally for 3 or 5 years.
The plan outlines how your business will develop and progress into a more dynamic organisation. Plans can be prepared for new start-ups but as important existing business should ideally have a robust business plan.
Who requires business plans? In some but not all instances: Banks for loan applications, grant applications, investors, owner/mangers & stakeholders. The plan would could include:
An executive summary - this is an overview of the business. It's vital. Many lenders and investors make judgments about your business based on this section of the plan alone.
Your vision and business idea - a short description of who you are, what you plan to sell or offer, why and to whom, your business goals and key selling points - see your business, its products and services.
Your marketing and sales strategy - provides details on customers, competitors, market trends and tactics (eg pricing, distribution and promotion) - see your business markets and competitors and marketing and sales.
Your management team and personnel - your credentials and the people you plan to recruit to work with you - see business plan: your team's skills.
Your operations - your premises, production facilities, your management information systems and IT - see business plan: your operations. Financial forecasts - this section provides details of cash flow forecasts, profit and loss accounts and balance sheets. We assist clients in completion the financial forecasts to outline the plans & changes to business over the duration of the plan.
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