Elements of a Business Plan

A business plan is comprised of the ‘Who’, ‘What’, ‘When’, ‘Where’, and ‘How’ for a small business. It is appropriate to draft one in certain situations. Learn what circumstances warrant a plan and how to draft a short and consise document.

Research Your Business Plan – Part III

Timing is everything, you have heard this before.  Well, it is applicable here.  I once had a potential client come to me in the middle of June seeking my endorsement to his business plan.  He needed to borrow money for his idea.  He wanted to sell fireworks.  July 4th was less three weeks away.  I looked at him as if he were crazy.

Research Your Business Plan – Part II

Business Plan

There is a process to determine the where of your plan. Sometimes it is obvious, if retail, then a retail location is ideal. If service and the customer travels to you such as a professional, then an appropriate office location is important. Focus on the type of office environment, medical should try to locate in or around other medical facilities.

Research Your Business Plan – Part I

Business Plan

If you read my section on ‘Do I Need a Business Plan’ and followed those steps, you are now ready for the next step in this process.  Hopefully two important barriers have been breached in your quest to be the next new business.  First, you have answered the most important questions of who am I and is this what I truly want to do.

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