Business Plan (7) – Financial Analysis & Finance
In Part 7 of our 8-Part Guide to Writing a Business Plan, we look at the Financial Analysis and Finance sections of the Plan.
Business Plan (8) – Conclusion and Appendices
The conclusion should reiterate the opportunity, highlight the key strengths of your plan, summarise your vision, and remind the reader why your business is in a position to successfully execute the plan.
12-step Business Plan guide for start-ups and small firms
Our comprehensive 2500-word guide on how to write a business plan serves as an outline for anyone who is thinking of starting their own business or improving an existing business.
Financial planning – 6 steps to a successful plan
The 6 steps you need to take to develop a coherent and realistic financial plan of your business
A beginner’s guide to financial reports for small business owners
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The 60 minute marketing plan for small and start-up businesses
Marketing your business should be fun and simple. Surely there can be no better way to spend a day than working on something which is going to help you achieve your objectives more quickly?
Market research – what do you need to find out about your customers?
Market research is often assumed or anecdotal. A few good words here and there, enthusiastic leads, handshakes and happily resolved issues from existing customers can lead to the pleasant feeling that you know your market.…