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Business Plan

by Khadija Tahir

 Financial business planning is required for a plan to identify how it will achieve and afford its goals and objectives. Financial business gives you an insight of the current financials of business along with future growth projections. Our consultants help businesses in preparing a suitable business and financial plan with help of latest methods in place

Professional Financial Plan

Executive Summary

  • Business Goals & Objectives
  • Mission & Vision
  • Core values
  • Key to Success
  • Organization overview
  • Organization Description
  • Organization management
  • Business Model & Philosophy
  • Products & Services Description
  • Market Analysis
  • Competitor Analysis
  • Marketing & Sales Strategy
  • Target Market
  • Strategic Planning Analysis
  • Sustainability & Expansion Strategy
  • Pricing Strategy
  • Action Plan
  • Organization Milestone
  • SWOT Analysis
  • PESTEL Analysis
  • Financial Plan 3-5 Years

    Contents of a Business Plan

    A business plan should be structured in a way that it contains all the important information that investors are looking for. Here are the main sections of a business plan:

    1. Title Page

    The title page captures the legal information of the business, which includes the registered business name, physical address, phone number, email address, date, and the company logo.

    2. Executive Summary

    The executive summary is the most important section because it is the first section that investors and bankers see when they open the business plan. It provides a summary of the entire business plan. It should be written last to ensure that you don’t leave any details out. It must be short and to the point, and it should capture the reader’s attention. The executive summary should not exceed two pages.

    3. Industry Overview

    The industry overview section provides information about the specific industry that the business operates in. Some of the information provided in this section includes major competitors, industry trends, and estimated revenues. It also shows the company’s position in the industry and how it will compete in the market against other major players.

    4. Market Analysis and Competition

    The market analysis section details the target market for the company’s product offerings. This section confirms that the company understands the market and that it has already analyzed the existing market to determine that there is adequate demand to support its proposed business model.

    Market analysis includes information about the target market’s demographics, geographical location, consumer behavior, and market needs. The company can present numbers and sources to give an overview of the target market size.

    A business can choose to consolidate the market analysis and competition analysis into one section or present them as two separate sections,

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