Example business plan diagram

If you are looking for a partner, a lender, an angular investor or venture capital, you will be asked for a business plan. Even if you don’t need the capital in forming your new business, you’ll still be happy that you’ve prepared a business plan to help you prove to yourself that you have the right things and that the business is viable. The first step in creating your new business will be the creation of a personalized business plan. Use this pattern as a template to make sure you don’t forget anything important. This is a business plan format and outline that I had created after reading over ten business plan books and taking the best of each and putting them into a single outline. I give it to you freely and wish you great success in your new business. It is the great entrepreneurial spirit and entrepreneur who builds this great nation, happy to see that you are one of us

BUSINESS PLAN

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A. Form of business

B. Introduction

C. State of technology

II. TARGETS

A. Objectives

1. Market share

2. Sales

3. Customer Service

B. Statement of Intent

III. COMPANY ANALYSIS AND SECTOR ANALYSIS

A place

B. Background

1. Results

2. History

3. Strengths

C. Local

1. Trends

2. Business climate

D. Position for growth

1. Future of the industry

IV. MARKETING ANALYSIS

A. Marketing strategy

1. Customer Markets

a. Types

2. Government Markets

c. Agencies

d. Divisions

3. Non-Profit Markets

f. Organizations

2. Risk Considerations

a. Politics – Special Interests – Government

b. Competition – Profiles

3. Inventory

a. products

b. Supplies

c. Purchase

4. Equipment

a. Layout

b. Guy

5. Sales

a. Tactics

b. Price

c. Promotions – Advertising

6. Media

a. Fundraiser

b. Newspaper

c. Radio

B. Demographics

1. Scope

2. Segment

3. Polls – Etc.

4. Markets to be exploited

5. Types of customers

C. Distribution

1. Customer Service

2. Delivery

3. 1-800 Number

4. Flyers

V. MANAGEMENT

A. Implementation

B. Controls

C. Training

D. Work

E. Independent contractors

YOU. OPERATIONS

R. Hours

1. Operation

2. Delivery

3. Specialty

B. Maintenance

1. Vehicles

2. Equipment

VII. LEGAL STRATEGIES

A. Licenses

B. Regulations

C. Insurance

VIII. FINANCIAL STRATEGIES

A. Taxes

B. Capital requirements

1. Financing

2. Required investments

3. ROI

4. Draw

5. Working capital

C. Benefits

1. Security

2. Health coverage

D. Projections

1. Relationships

a. Quick report

b. Payables to assets

c. Asset turnover

d. Cash flow

E. Expenses

1. Payment of the lease

2. Copyright

3. Print

4. Insurance

5. Utility

6. Telephone

7. Work

8. Banking fees

IX. STRATEGIC PLANNING ANALYSIS

A. Long-term goals

B. Plug-in Manager

C. Renewal of the franchise license

X. APPENDIX

A. Competitors Brochures

B. Feasibility studies

C. Image or rendering of the location

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