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The organization chart should identify the positions of all key people with a summary of the number and types of positions reporting to they key personnel. If you have determined who the key personnel will be, (more…)


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You should include a copy of the organization chart of the company including key personnel. There should be:
a job description of each position (more…)


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The executive summary should identify the legal status of the investment opportunity, is this an incorporated company, a sole proprietorship, a partnership or a joint venture? The summary should provide (more…)


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The executive summary will describe the business venture, if it is new business, then it should provide background of the opportunity, why you believe why your idea will turn into a business opportunity. The (more…)


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• Executive summary
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A business plan is required for you to present your business to banks, venture capital firms and investors. You need to describe to them how you will use their money and also how you will be able to pay them back.


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The business plan will provide the banker, venture capital firm, angel investor or regular investor an insight into your business and your business opportunity. (more…)


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The business plan should be prepared directly or indirectly by the person who will be responsible for carry out the plan. You can use consultants, accountants, bookkeepers, and other business people to assist you in developing your plan.


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What is a business plan?

October 17th, 2008

A business plan is a management tool for all sizes of businesses which is used to describe the objectives of the business in a specific period of time. It will describe what you plan to achieve, details of the operations (more…)