Do you want to learn form an instructor having 20 years of experience in writing business plans and proposals.
Who has written plans for a vast variety of industries, including
entertainment, intellectual property, restaurants, events, fashion,
health and fitness, real estate, medical, hotels and resorts, call
centers, service providers and much more.
Who has written plans for businesses operating in several states.
Who has also written plans for EB-5 and E-2 foreign investment Visas,
resource centers and legal firms.
On behalf of her clients, who has attained funding from SBA lending,
grants, angel investors, venture capitalists etc.
Congratulations entrepreneurs! on your decision to write your own business plan. This Startup Math course will train you step-by-step on how to write your business plan from start to finish. We know that to some, writing a business plan can be an overwhelming task. However, this course will simplify the process for you, save you a lot of time and you will feel GREAT when you are done. So let’s get started!
There are many different types of business plans used for many different purposes, but the four main categories are:
Now, the most common one in experience is Start-Ups. This is if you need a business plan to present to a bank lender, a prospective investor, or a private entity in order to acquire funding to start a business. This can be a new restaurant or food truck venture, an App, a business service of some sort or a beauty salon to name a few.
Now, Expansions are for those who already have a business already in operation and you may want to expand and/or open other locations. Like before, this is a full business plan that will be presented to acquire funding. However, a “Past Performance” financial section will be in the business plan in order to report financial activity for the past three
years. Instructor will explain this in further detail later in this course.
Mergers are like expansions, meaning this will be a full business plan reporting financial past performance. This is a business plan to present to the other party that is in negotiation to either acquire the business or merge with the business.
And lastly, Intellectual Property. This is where you will have invented something that is new to the market or improving an already existing product by adding an extra “twist”. Like start-ups, this is a full business plan that will be presented to a bank lender, a prospective investor or a private entity in order to acquire funding.
The main categories in your business plan will be:
• Executive summary
• Company summary
• Services/Product and Sales Forecast
• Market analysis summary
• Marketing Strategy
• Management summary and Projected personnel
• Projected profit and loss
• Projected cash flow
• Projected balance sheet
Now each of these categories will also have sub-categories and instructor will explain them as you go. So get out your laptops, a writing pad and a pen for notes, and let’s get to work!
Email us at [email protected] if you are willing to join this course.