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I have considerable experience in business (26 years plus), sarting, buying & selling my own businesses. One of the businesses I bought, built up and sold was a trucking company. It is always a good idea to get your business idea or plan down on paper. Its especially important for start-ups that may be looking for funding or investors at some point. In general Business Plans are made up of the following:
- Executive Summary
- Market Opportunity
- Vision, Mission, & Objectives
- Business Strategy
- Financial Plan
- Capital Requirements
From my experience helping with business plans; they fall into 3 categories of use:
- Internal Planning: Business Formation & Development
- Internal Planning and presentation to close contacts that might want to invest in their business.
- Internal Planning, close contacts presentation and presentation to experienced investors and/or sources of funding for the business.
Feel free to email me at DLowery@AdducentInc.com ... I don't mind to take a look at your business plan and give you some feedback on your plan.