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 A Brief Introduction to Business Plans

 Business plans are a written statement of your company's future plans. That's all it is--a document that outlines what you plan to do and how you plan to accomplish it. If you write a paragraph on the back of an envelope describing your business plan, you've written an outline, or at least the basic idea of an idea.

 Writing and reviewing business plans can help with various tasks. They are utilized by investors to present their ideas to prospective financiers. They can also be useful to companies looking to hire important employees, find deals, or start a new business, or learn how to run the company.

 What exactly is an effective business plan? How can you create one? Simply stated, a business plan conveys your goals for business and strategies to achieve them, the possible issues that could arise for your company and the best ways to solve these, the structure of your company (including titles and responsibilities), and lastly, the amount of capital required to fund your business and keep it going until it breaks even.

 Are you impressed by this? If done properly it could be. Business plans that are effective adhere to generally accepted guidelines in both form and content. There are three parts of a business plan:

 The first section is all about your business's concept. This includes information about your business's industry, its structure and the way your business intends to grow.

 The next section is referred to as the marketplace. This is where you describe prospective customers and their purchasing preferences. The section also outlines your competition and the strategies you will employ to defeat them.

 The financial section shows your income, cash flow, balance sheet, and other ratios of your financials. This part might require assistance from an accountant and an efficient spreadsheet software program.

 These three main sections can be broken down further to create an overall business plan made up of seven key components.

 Executive Summary

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 Business description

 Market strategies

 Competitive analysis

 Design and development plan

 Management and operations plan

 Financial factors

 A business plan must include these sections, as well as a cover, title and the table of contents.

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 What are the reasons You Should Have a Business Plan