THE BUSINESS PLAN A practical guide: Step by step guide based on questions, checklists, forms and templates for new projects and established businesses (BUSINESS ACTION GUIDE Book 1)

With this guide you can produce your own professional business plan without hiring a consultant.

This business action guide covers the following steps to prepare

professional business plan that will help you project to grow and prosper.

Benefits of a plan

Starting checklist

Summary

Model

Objective

The opportunity

The business

The product/service

The market

Strategy and marketing implementation

Financial plan

Management

Exit strategy:

Frequent errors

Solutions

Mission / vision

Vision

Mission

Model

Business description

Legal aspect

Business description

Company history

Current status

Future goals

Product / service

Product

Service

Sectoral analysis

Marketing plan

Target market

Psychology and conduct of the client

Size of market

Market tendencies

Investigation

Marketing programs

Competence

Profile of the competitor

Market portion

Comparison of strengths and weaknesses

Barriers to entering

Sources of information on the competition

Model

Strengths, weaknesses, threats and opportunities

Strength

Weaknesses

Threats

Opportunities

Operations plan

Location

Equipment

Personal

Manufacture and services processes

Financial plan

Report of profits and losses.

Model

Balance

Model

Cash flow

Model

Analysis of break-even point

Utilized hypothesis

Managerial team

Team

Title of the position

Experience

Achievements

Education

Board of directors

Consultants

Equilibrium

Strength of the leadership

Critical risks

Competition

Management

Key factors of success

Legal

Other areas of vulnerability

Exit strategy

Public subscription of actions

Description

Advantages

Disadvantages

Acquisition by strategic investor

Sale

Fusion

Bought by an associate of the business

Franchise

Appendices