Business Planning Institute for Certified Business Consultants Richard A. Quinn Agenda Part One: Introduction – Content – Expectations The Feasibility Study – friend or foe? Strategic Planning After Lunch: Part Two: Developing a Business Plan Finding resources Wrap-up
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Institute for Certified Business Consultants
Richard A. Quinn
Assessment Methods: Participants must complete a variety of assessment methods that will include:
The objective of this module is to equip the student with the Business Planningskills necessary to assist the small business owner/ manager to:
A franchise is a business arrangement where the franchisee (franchise buyer) is granted the right by the franchisor (franchise seller) to manufacture or sell the product/service of the franchisor within a certain area. Franchises can involve:
This type of planning is designed to give a business direction and purpose over the long term. It attempts to look beyond the current range of business activities and ask your clients questions such as:
In formulating a long range plan, the small business owner should follow this series of steps.
Consider it “Homework”: