By On Oct 21, 2018 Business Plan
Business plans tend to have a lot of elements in common, like cash flow projections and marketing plans. And many of them share certain objectives as well, such as raising money or persuading a partner to join the firm. But business plans are not all the same any more than all businesses are.
The classic business plan writer is an entrepreneur seeking funds to help start a new venture. Many, many great companies had their starts on paper, in the form of a plan that was used to convince investors to put up the capital necessary to get them under way.
A plan intended strictly for internal use may also omit some elements that would be important in one aimed at someone outside the firm. You probably do not need to include an appendix with resumes of key executives, for example. Nor would a working plan especially benefit from, say, product photos.
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