How do you draw up a business plan when you want to start a new business?

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  1. cindyvine profile image82
    cindyvineposted 9 years ago

    How do you draw up a business plan when you want to start a new business?

  2. Scent profile image64
    Scentposted 9 years ago

    Each business has their own plan which is given as a recommendation/example. I, myself have each team member (before signing on) to see what they can and/or are willing to invest, meaning time and/or money into theirselves and their future.

  3. Lonnie Brooke profile image59
    Lonnie Brookeposted 9 years ago

    I am currently writing an article on writing an effective business plan.  I plan to have this article completed by Monday June 15, 2009,  I promise this article will be quite informative.  It may serve you well to read my earlier article on the Entrepreneurial Venture.  In essence, the business plan will provide you with a complete workbook to pursue your business venture.

  4. aheinvestment profile image53
    aheinvestmentposted 9 years ago

    It depends on the type of business you are investing in.I can help if you want me to.

  5. maoenterprises profile image60
    maoenterprisesposted 8 years ago

    "...A business plan is like a architectural drawing of a building, without it, a builder will present a poor construction with high failure probability..."

    To learn more about business plans go to http://hubpages.com/question/11433/how- … w-business or visit us on our blog
    maoenterprises.blogspot.com

  6. delverve profile image53
    delverveposted 8 years ago

    First don't force yourself into a plan that people say it's very good but you yourself felt uneasy to go along with. Slowly enquiry around and explore, one way or another it will bit by bit review / come to you. Whatever plan or concept you have, go for the one you felt most easy with. Business is a long run, no point finding the best plan but in the end you can't cope with it..

  7. profile image49
    iplannerposted 8 years ago

    First action, take use of a good business plan software. The most modern-ones are web-based business planning apps. So there is nothing to download, you get started quickly.
    Here is one suggestion: http://www.iplanner.net

 
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