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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 02:12
Your business plan serves as a sales tool - it is useful not only for attracting customers and your financial backers, but also for yourself. The style and manner of your business plan writing should focus on selling the concept first and then its successful implementation. We offer five ways to make your business plan serve you as a sales tool: 1. For investors. You can initially use a business plan as a way of getting financial assistance from investors. You should write each section, revealing your objectives to investors, which you plan to achieve with the help of certain business strategies. 2. For yourself. When analyzing data and writing a business plan, you develop your own business idea. If you evaluate your research objectively, you may find out that you will not be able to implement your plan on your own, but you can sell it or use it to understand how your business can get even greater potential than you have originally expected. 3. For third-party high-qualified professionals. A well-reasoned and well-written business plan can help to attract talented and experienced professionals to your project. By selling your business ideas along with offering attractive long-term perspective, you can attract those professionals who are interested in working in a business that has stable future. 4. For banks. You can prove your credit worthiness with the help of financial documents and a business plan as well. A business plan can help you to convince a lender in the successful future of your business and your need for new equipment or production expanding. 5. For consumers. You can easily sell your business by showing potential customers that your business is dedicated to its original purposes and principles. Updating your business plan regularly, you can illustrate the business growth patterns, stages fulfilled and you will be able to keep the price need you to sell your business.
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