Growthink announce a Business Plan Help Centre which is very helpful for writing a business plan. The resource center includes business plan essentials related ebooks, startup calculators, and entrepreneurship related directories.
I work in the surreal world of Silicon Valley where venture capitalists fund companies based on PowerPoint pitches and executive summaries. My friend Tim Berry rightfully pointed that business plans still serve an important role in “the rest of the world.” He’s right, and he should know because he’s the president of Palo Alto Software, the principal creator of Business Plan Pro, and the author of a blog called Planning, Startups, Stories. He was recently named the US Association of Small Business & Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Corporate Entrepreneur of the Year for 2007.
Not everyone who starts and runs a business begins with a business plan, but it certainly helps to have one. If you are seeking funding from a venture capitalist, you will certainly need a comprehensive business plan that is well thought out and demonstrates sound business reasoning.
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So now you are an entrepreneur. You have the initial concept and some old friends to back you up. Once you have the business models, calling old friends and famillies to ask them join your newly started business and somehow you get all the seeds capital needed, now what? You are starting to think the first step to bring those concepts on your mind become operational.
What is Business Plan?
The basic concept of business planning is the ability to make a written document that evaluates all aspects of your business’ economic feasibility which include description and analysis to your future business prospects.