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Please review the basic components of a Business Plan.
As with any other piece of writing, this introduction to your plan is the hook. Why should the reader believe in your business? Sell your business and explain why it matters. Additionally, supplement your sell with a high-level summary of your plan and operating model. However, don't go over one or two pages.
Feel free to include the following as well:
This is your first opportunity to really go into detail about your business. What's the opportunity that your business is capitalizing on? What is the Value Proposition? What's the target market? How are you standing out from competitors? Highlight how your business is differentiated.
Any good business will have done comprehensive analyses of the market that its entering. This doesn't just apply to large corporations, and your reader will likely want to see evidence of this. Here, you can describe the industry and market your business will operate in and highlight the opportunities your business will take advantage of. Did your market research reveal any unique trends? If so, this is the place to show it.
Illustrate the competitive landscape as well. What are your competitors doing well and not so well? Why are you moving into this space, and what's the weakness to be exploited in the industry? How will competitors logically react? Are you going to take competitors' customers? How?
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This now gets into the tangible details of your business. How will your business operate on a day-to-day basis? Your plan should really detail this out. What's your business's legal structure? Is it a sole proprietorship? Include this as well. We'd recommend putting together an organizational chart if there are multiple stakeholders to not only show who's involved but to also show how everyone brings something to the table. Who are the Key Resources, the Key Players . . . their biographies. Why were they selected? How will they be measured against their business objectives? How will they be incentivized to excel?
Now, you finally get to discuss in detail what you'll be selling or offering. What's your good or service that's for sale? This section will likely be a bit longer than the others because of its importance.
Be sure to describe your product/service and how it is differentiated from similar ones. How will it be priced, and how does that play in the market compared to competitors?
Also include a marketing or promotions plan here. You could have the best product in the world but it won't matter if no one knows about it. Identify your target market and really detail out how you'll make that market aware of your product (Channels, Brand Awareness, Logo, etc.) What's the message you want to promote and why does that resonate with your specific product and the target audience? How will you build awareness, retain loyalty and make your business “primus inter pares”?
If you intend for a prospective investor or lender to read this, you'll want to include a section here on your funding request. Be clear with how much you're asking for and why. You don't want to ask for a $100,000,000 loan or investment without a clear plan as to what exactly that money would be used for. On top of explaining what the funds would be used for, also clearly state the projected ROI. What’s in it for me? What is the deal? Debt? Equity? Debt & Equity? When do I see results?
It doesn't matter if you include a request for funding in your plan, you will want to include a financial analysis here. You'll want to do two things here: Paint a picture of your business' performance in the past and/or show how it will grow in the future. Use charts and images to help make the experience easier.
Identify Revenue Streams and their respective costs. How will the business make money? When does it reach “breakeven point”? What are the Revenue Streams? What are the Key Activities and Key Process Indicators? How are you going to measure success? Which activities and indicators are the absolute necessary in your Plan for your business to be successful? Detail them out and show why they're important. What infrastructure will be needed to support the business? What are the major costs you have in your plan right now. What is your plan to ensure you're maximizing the value out of those costs?
What Key Partnerships do you envision? As a new business, you likely won't own all of your key resources and may not be able to do all of the key activities yourself. What other entities are you or can you be working with? Consider suppliers, vendors and anyone else you're planning on doing business with.
If your business has already been operating for a few years, demonstrate stability through your finances. But if your business is new and not yet profitable, be clear and realistic with your projections. For existing businesses, if your sales have been increasing at a steady 5% every quarter, you don't want to suddenly assume 50% sales growth per quarter for no reason.
Research industry norms and look up how comparable businesses have performed. Include income statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements for multiple years. When showing your financial outlook, project your vision out over at least three to five years. Clearly state the logic behind your projections, and you can also tie this section back to your previous section on raising capital if applicable.
If you have any remaining pieces of information such as relevant patents, licenses, charts or anything else that wasn't able to fit in organically in the plan elsewhere, feel free to include those here. Don't use this space as a document dump. Instead, be absolutely sure that every piece of information that goes here goes toward supporting your business plan.