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Business Plan Writing. By: Faridath DIBOUSSE Sylvia ABUDEI Yoshiko ISOBE Yingchao SHEN. Section 1. Organizational Steps. View Samples of Business Plans. Viewing good business plan samples help to get a general idea of how to write a business plan

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business plan writing

Business Plan Writing

By:

Faridath DIBOUSSE

Sylvia ABUDEI

Yoshiko ISOBE

Yingchao SHEN

section 1

Section 1

Organizational Steps

view samples of business plans
View Samples of Business Plans

Viewing good business plan samples help to get a general idea of how to write a business plan

View samples that are related to the market your adhering to

Sample Links:

Canada BusinessSmall Business BC

Business PlansUniversity of Calgary

organize the process
Know the entrepreneur’s goal and objectives

Set a time table that the process shouldbe according to

Know your potential readers (i.e. investors, bankers, government officials)

Determine who needs to be involved in the process and their level of participation

Organize the Process
determine objectives and strategies
Decide which type of business plan you need to create for your purposes (external, start-up, internal)

Define specific areas and levels of improvement (if business already in function)

Decide strategies to obtain the goal and objectives

Establish performance standard for each dimension in the management department

Determine Objectives and Strategies
section 2

Section 2

Business Plan Sections

key sections of plan
Cover sheet

Table of contents

Executive summary

Management

Marketing plan

Production assessment

Financial assessment

Supporting documents

Appendix

For an overview of each section

Key Sections of Plan
swot analysis
SWOT Analysis

Analyze and present the

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

of the business

market assessment
Know the market, customer needs

Describe the product/services your business will offer

Who are your targeted buyers and how will you fulfill their needs

Market analysis / Identification of competition

Market Assessment
production assessment
Production Assessment

How will the production process occur

Quality requirements

location & physical plant

details of machinery and equipment

financial assessment

Review the capital structure

Compute the money needed to finance the business

Make the balance sheet & profit/loss statement

Forecast cash flow

List the details of loan collateral and repayment proposal

Financial Assessment
prepare additional documents

Have supporting documents to supplement your content

Details of management biographies

Evaluation of assets

Financial statement

List of major contract

Prepare Additional Documents
write an executive summary
Determine who needs to be involved in the process and their level of participation

Establish performance standard for each dimension in the manage department

Write an Executive Summary
write executive summary
Write Executive Summary

This section of your business plan is arguably to most important

This section is usually 2-3 pages in length and is when the entire plan is complete

It is a summary of key elements of the business plan

Needs to capture the interest of the reader

Needs to be well-written and thoughtful

final revision
Review the final draft of the plan

Proof read: spelling, grammar, content

Check all documents

Make sure to have a clean, professional plan

Final Revision
bibliography
Bibliography

Betkoski, Dinae and Lynne Ometer. "Documenting your future: How to write a business plan." Journal of THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION (2000): 293-294.

Griffin, Rickey W, Ebert J. Ronald and Starke A. Frederick. Business. Boston: Peearson Custom Publishing, 2005.

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