A business plan lays out your goals for the business, provides evidence supporting why the goals are attainable and explains how you plan on attaining these goals. Please check out the resources below that are provided to help you get started.
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Note: These are only some of the library's books on marketing for businesses. To find others, do a keyword search using the subject "business plans". You can narrow your search results by location in the top left corner.
Creating Business Plans
- Quickly walks you through the basics of writing a business plan.
Your Business Plan - Coached by a diverse group of experts and successful business owners, gain an in-depth understanding of what’s essential to any business plan, what’s appropriate for your venture, and what it takes ensure success. Plus, learn from real-world examples of plans that worked, helping to raise money, hone strategy, and build a solid business.
The Business Plan Coach - By the end of this book you will have an outstanding business plan ready to pitch for investment.
a Convincing Business Plan - A sound business plan describes the business operations and goals, analyses and forecasts markets and sales, sets up operating and marketing plans and schedules, and estimates operating expenses. This book shows how to organize and write a logical, business-savvy and professionally polished business plan that can be presented to potential investors and financial institutions.
The Balance • Business Plan Writing
Frequently asked questions are answered; critical steps in creating a business plan; mission statements and how to get investors interested.
Entrepreneur.com Creating Your Business Plan
A thorough site on creating a business plan. Includes an overview of business plans, planning it out, the different elements of a business plan, where and how to receive help, and a sample business plan. Entrepreneur.com also has handy cost calculators to help determine start-up costs, cash flow, break-even, monthly profits, etc.
U.S. Small Business Administration: Business Plan Basics
Produced by the Federal government, this site is a guide to business plans, how to write and use them, and it also includes many sample business plans.
Webinar: How to Develop a Business Plan
This webinar will give you pragmatic, straightforward tools for setting goals, developing action plans for achieving them, measuring how you are doing on an ongoing basis and adjusting accordingly.