Business Consultancy and Business Plan


1. Why Write a Business Plan?


The preparation of a written business plan is not the end-result of the planning process. The realization of that plan is the ultimate goal. However, the writing of the plan is an important intermediate stage - fail to plan can mean plan to fail. For an established business it demonstrates that careful consideration has been given to the business's development, and for a startup it shows that the entrepreneur has done his or her homework.


2- Purpose of the Business Plan


A formal business plan is just as important for an established business, irrespective of its size, as it is for a startup. It serves four critical functions as follows:
Specialist in Setting up and Supporting Small Business
Helps management or an entrepreneur to clarify, focus and research their businesses or project's development and prospects.
Provides a considered and logical framework within which a business can develop and pursue business strategies over the next three to five years, serves as a basis for discussion with third parties such as shareholders, agencies, banks, investors etc.
Offers a benchmark against which actual performance can be measured and reviewed, just as no two businesses are alike, so also with business plans. As some issues in a plan will be more relevant to some businesses than to others, it is important to tailor a plan's contents to suit individual circumstances. Nonetheless, most plans follow a well-tried and tested structure and general advice on preparing a plan is universally applicable.
A business plan should be a realistic view of the expectations and long-term objectives for an established business or new venture. It provides the framework within which it must operate and, ultimately, succeed or fail. For management or entrepreneurs seeking external support, the plan is the most important sales document that they are ever likely to produce as it could be the key to raising finance etc. Preparation of a comprehensive plan will not guarantee success in raising funds or mobilizing support, but lack of a sound plan will, almost certainly, ensure failure.


Business Ideas Evaluation


we can support our customers in making business plans, through detailed market analyses (aimed at identifying economic and social factors, competitive environment, competitive advantages and long-term opportunities), the definition of alternative strategic positioning (target customers, offered services), the identification of alternative technological solutions, and the technical and financial evaluation of the different derived business models (investments, costs, revenues). , Marketing, services/product
Business Network Setup
Setting up a network is a good way to get more use out of your computers and peripherals, particularly for small and home business users.
Networks allow you to share a single broadband Internet connection among multiple Business Plans


1. Why Write a Business Plan?

The preparation of a written business plan is not the end-result of the planning process. The realization of that plan is the ultimate goal. However, the writing of the plan is an important intermediate stage - fail to plan can mean plan to fail. For an established business it demonstrates that careful consideration has been given to the business's development, and for a startup it shows that the entrepreneur has done his or her homework.


2- Purpose of the Business Plan

A formal business plan is just as important for an established business, irrespective of its size, as it is for a startup. It serves four critical functions as follows:
Helps management or an entrepreneur to clarify, focus and research their businesses or project's development and prospects.
Provides a considered and logical framework within which a business can develop and pursue business strategies over the next three to five years, serves as a basis for discussion with third parties such as shareholders, agencies, banks, investors etc.Project planning

Offers a benchmark against which actual performance can be measured and reviewed, just as no two businesses are alike, so also with business plans. As some issues in a plan will be more relevant to some businesses than to others, it is important to tailor a plan's contents to suit individual circumstances. Nonetheless, most plans follow a well-tried and tested structure and general advice on preparing a plan is universally applicable.

A business plan should be a realistic view of the expectations and long-term objectives for an established business or new venture. It provides the framework within which it must operate and, ultimately, succeed or fail. For management or entrepreneurs seeking external support, the plan is the most important sales document that they are ever likely to produce as it could be the key to raising finance etc. Preparation of a comprehensive plan will not guarantee success in raising funds or mobilizing support, but lack of a sound plan will, almost certainly, ensure failure.


If you want to discuss your business plan or you want to set it up from scratch please do not hesitate to contact us

                          

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