Business Plan

Business Plans

Drawing up business plans

Business planning services for starting assistance, bank loans and business planning include:

A complete set of a business plan includes a business plan in printed form and on diskettes in electronic form (programs in Word and Excel with the capabilities of calculations and graphing). Such a kit gives a complete picture of the planned enterprise and shows all the thoroughness of the work done to develop a business plan.

The cost of a complete business plan is about 2,000 euros, depending on the type of proposed activity, the complexity of the preparation and the amount of project funding.
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The set of materials for self-drafting a business plan includes a real sample of the business plan in your field of activity and recommendations for its preparation, as well as 10 hours of free consultations. The cost of a set of materials is 200 – $ 300.

Advice on drawing up a business plan. The cost of 1 hour of consultation – $ 10.

Experience in developing business plans – 5 years (production, services, travel business, web business). Doing myself 3 years in web business.
The quality of the business plan and confidentiality of information is guaranteed.
The content, summary and financial forecasts of a real business plan, which give an idea of ​​the quality of my planning, can be seen and downloaded here (in Word):

Business plan

The first consultation is free.

For contact, please contact us by e-mail businessweb@bk.ru

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Business plans
Drafting business plans for benefits, loans, etc. goals

Business consulting
Consultations for small business entrepreneurs.

A business plan is made for various reasons:

  • A business plan is the primary source of information for potential investors;
  • Drawing up a business plan forces a budding entrepreneur to think thoroughly about his business idea and the problems associated with it;
  • A well-written business plan is a guide for a novice entrepreneur.

The business plan should have a well-defined business idea, and its implementation. If necessary, the business plan must convince potential investors before the company becomes profitable: each creditor is primarily interested in returning his money. Drawing up a business plan reduces the risks associated with entrepreneurship and often helps to avoid unpleasant surprises that the start-up entrepreneur can take over: something important has gone unnoticed or some of the costs have not been taken into account. If a business plan already written on paper shows that the planned entrepreneurship is not worth starting, then the entrepreneur should not have the thought of making expenses and start implementing a business idea that will not bring profit to the owner.
To draw up a business plan, there is no exact form that all entrepreneurs would have to use without fail. The following review materials are an aid to facilitating the work of a novice entrepreneur in drawing up a business plan. Below are the main points that should contain a business plan.

Content of the business plan

Business plan sections

  1. SUMMARY OF BUSINESS PROJECT
    1.1 BUSINESS MISSION OF THE ENTERPRISE
    1.2 BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE ENTERPRISE (BUSINESSMAN)
    1.3 OWNER, MANUAL, PERSONNEL
    1.4 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS IDEA
    1.5 MARKET
    1.6 COST AND SOURCES OF PROJECT FINANCING
    1.7 TACTICAL AND STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
    1.8 EXPECTED RESULTS
  2. REVIEW OF THE ENTERPRISE (BUSINESSMAN)
    2.1 BASIC DATA
    2.2 PRODUCTS
    2.3 FORMER AND REAL ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
    2.4 PRESENT FINANCIAL CONDITION, ITS CHANGES
  3. MANAGEMENT AND PERSONNEL
    3.1 EDUCATION, ADDITIONAL TRAINING, PREVIOUS SERVICE PROMOTION, PARTICIPATION IN THE ENTERPRISE (CV) MEMBERS OF THE MANAGEMENT
    3.2 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    3.3 PERSONNEL
  4. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
    4.1 BUSINESS IDEA
    4.2 DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT
    4.2.1 Brief description of the products and services offered
    4.2.2 Purpose and cost of the project
    4.2.3 Brief Description of Technology
    4.2.4 Machinery and equipment
    4.2.5 Industrial premises (premises for the provision of services)
    4.2.6 Suppliers and raw materials
    4.2.7 Need for additional labor, training
    4.3 INVESTMENT PLAN
    4.4 PRODUCTION PLAN
    4.5 PLANNED ECONOMIC RESULTS OF THE PROJECT
    4.6 SHORT-TERM AND FURTHER OBJECTIVES OF THE ENTREPRENEUR IF IF THE PROJECT IS IMPLEMENTED
  5. PRODUCTS (SERVICES)
    5.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION (SERVICES)
    5.2 PRICE OF PRODUCTS (SERVICES) (COMPARISON WITH COMPETITORS)
    5.3 COST COST (UNDER CONSTANT AND VARIABLE COSTS)
  6. MARKETING
    6.1 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE INDUSTRY
    6.2. MARKET DESCRIPTION
    6.2.1 Potential consumers
    6.2.2 Market size
    6.2.3 Growth Trends
    6.2.4 Supply / Demand Ratio
    6.2.5 Customer decision at purchase
    6.2.6 Seasonality of sales
    6.3 COMPETITION – MAJOR COMPETITORS AND THEIR MARKET SHARE
    6.3.1 Direct Competitors
    6.3.2 Indirect competitors
    6.3.3 Competitive advantage and strategy
    6.4. HOW THIS BUSINESS PROJECT WILL CHANGE THE POSITION OF THE ENTERPRISE IN THE MARKET
    6.5 MARKETING STRATEGY
    6.5.1 Regular customers
    6.5.2 Distribution channels
    6.5.3 Pricing Strategy
    6.5.4 Product Development
    6.5.5 Market share forecasts
    6.6 MARKETING PLAN
    6.7 REQUIRED CERTIFICATES
    6.8 SALES AGREEMENT
  7. FINANCING PROJECT
    7.1 PROJECT COST UNDER ALLOWED COSTS
    7.2 SHARE OF SELF-FINANCING FROM COMMON INVESTMENTS
    7.3 GENERAL FINANCING NEEDS AND PLANNED SOURCES
    7.4 TIME PLAN FOR FINANCING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PROJECT
  8. FINANCIAL FORECASTS FOR THREE YEARS
    8.1 MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL ENTERPRISES
    8.1.1 Organization of accounting
    8.1.2 Managing inventory, sales and invoices
    8.1.3 Structure of income and expenses and its change
    8.2 FINANCIAL FORECASTS
    8.2.1 Background
    8.2.2 Break-even point
    8.2.3 Cash flow projections
    8.2.4 Predicted earnings reports
    8.2.5 Projected Balances
    8.2.6 Analysis of financial indicators
  9. PROJECT IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECT
  10. PROJECT RISKS
    10.1 Short term activity
    10.2 Limited resources
    10.3 Limited leadership experience
    10.4 Market Instability
    10.5 Production Instability
    10.6 Changes in legislation
  11. AGREEMENTS AND AGREEMENT

APPLICATIONS
ANNEX 1. CASH FLOWS FORECASTS
APPENDIX 2. FORECASTABLE STATEMENTS OF PROFIT
APPENDIX 3. PREDICTABLE BALANCES

The content and summary of a real business plan, giving an idea of the quality of my planning, you can download here:

Business plan

The first consultation is free.

For contact, please contact us by e-mail businessweb@bk.ru

All customers who have ordered any services are now offered to place a banner with their ads on www.web1.info for FREE.