A business plan is a written document that describes in detail how a business—usually a startup—defines its objectives and how it is to go about achieving its goals. A business plan lays out a written roadmap for the firm from marketing, financial, and operational standpoints.
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This section outlines the company and includes the mission statement along with any information about the company's leadership, employees, operations, and location.
Here, the company can outline the products and services it will offer, and may also include pricing, product lifespan, and benefits to the consumer.
A firm needs a good handle on the industry as well as its target market. It will describe the expected consumer demand for what the business is selling and how easy or difficult it may be to grab market share from incumbents.
This area describes how the company will attract and keep its customer base and how it intends to reach the consumer. This means a clear distribution channel must be outlined.
The business plan, the company should also include its financial planning and future projections. Financial statements, balance sheets, and other financial information may be included for already-established businesses.
Any good company needs to have a budget in place. This includes costs related to staffing, development, manufacturing, marketing, and any other expenses related to the business.
• Executive summary. Briefly tell your reader what your company is and why it will be successful
• Company description
• Market analysis.
• Organization and management
• Service or product line
• Marketing and sales
• Funding request.
• Financial projections.