In my years helping business owners establish their brands, there is one thing that I wish everyone would have on hand: a business plan! Before we dive into developing your brand, it’s so important to have a business plan established.
A business plan helps you to organize the basic aspects of your company. In creating a business plan, you are better prepared to weed out bad business ideas that are too risky, expensive, or lack a market. You’ll also be better prepared to present your business to investors, partners, and contractors, increasing your chances of overall success.
Failing to plan is planning to fail.
“Well, what goes into a business plan?” I’m so glad you asked because that is the question I intend to answer in this blog series! The broad topics I will cover over the new few weeks are:
This includes an exclusive look into executive summaries, mission & vision statements, and writing a founder’s biography.
Products & Services
An overview of the information you should have on hand regarding your products and services that show how well-thought-out and unique your offer is.
Is there a need for your service? Let’s look into market research and positioning.
Management & Organization
Team organization is easy enough, now let’s get it on paper!
We will talk about what kind of information should be included in your business plan’s financial plan.
Starting a new business is so exciting! It may, however, be overwhelming at times. Let me help you make it a little bit easier with this walkthrough! After all, it is my goal to help you succeed.