A business plan is important as it will help your new company get funding. And will also give you an idea of what your company can achieve in the future. It should be completed by the business owner/owners.
Seriously? How about a little context for the question?
Do you need more information? Or are you asking Freegoldman?
Ultimately, I believe the one who wants to start the business should write the plan. You could possibly have an experienced business owner look it over, but a business plan is in the hands of the business owner.
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