Unique Business Plan Packages For Unique Businesses

Unique Business Plan Packages For Unique Businesses

We provide Unique Business Plan Packages For Unique Businesses and we provide tens of thosands more than any of our competitors. To be honest we have 46,719 business plans so we really do not have any competition!

The main reason to write your business plan is to:

  • Help you think through every part of your business and make sure that you have considered all of your various options and tried to anticipated any difficulties your business may come up against.

  • Convince investors that you are in control of the business, that their money will be safe, and that they will get a good return on their investment.

  • Act as an operational guide to turn your idea into a viable and profitable business.

  • Create a template against which you can judge future business decisions and results.

Twenty Ways Our Business Plans Will Help You

  1. It will prove that you are serious about your business. A formal business plan is necessary to show all interested parties -- employees, investors, partners and yourself -- that you are committed to building the business. Anyone can say they are starting a business, a business plan shows you are serious.

  2. To establish business milestones. The business plan will clearly lay out the long-term milestones that are most important to the success of your business. A milestone is something significant such as launching your website or reaching $1M in annual revenues.

  3. To better understand your competition. Creating the business plan forces you to analyze the competition. All companies have competition and it is critical to understand your businesses competitive advantages.

  4. To better understand your customer. Why do they buy when they buy? Why do they not when they do not? An in-depth customer analysis is essential to an effective business plan and to a successful business.

  5. To enunciate previously unstated assumptions. The process of actually writing the business plan helps to bring previously "hidden" assumptions to the foreground. By writing them down and assessing them, you can test them and analyze their validity.

  6. To assess the feasibility of your venture. How good is this opportunity? The business plan process involves researching your target market, as well as the competitive landscape, and serves as a feasibility study for the success of your venture.

  7. To document your revenue model. How exactly will your business make money? This is a critical question to answer in writing, for yourself and your investors. Documenting the revenue model helps to address challenges and assumptions associated with the model.

  8. To determine your financial needs. Does your business need to raise capital? How much? The business plan creation process helps you to determine exactly how much capital you need and what you will use it for. This process is essential for raising capital for business and for effectively employing the capital.

  9. To attract investors. A formal business plan is the basis for financing proposals. The business plan answers investors' questions such as: Is there a need for this product/service? What are the financial projections? What is the company's exit strategy?

  10. To reduce the risk of pursuing the wrong opportunity. The process of creating the business plan helps to minimize opportunity costs. Writing the business plan helps you assess the attractiveness of this particular opportunity, versus other opportunities.

  11. To force you to research and really know your market. What are the most important trends in your industry? What are the greatest threats to your industry? Is the market growing or shrinking? What is the size of the target market for your product/service? Creating the business plan will help you to gain a wider, deeper, and more nuanced understanding of your marketplace.

  12. To attract employees and a management team. To attract and retain top quality talent, a business plan is necessary. The business plan inspires employees and management that the idea is sound and that the business is poised to achieve its strategic goals.

  13. To plot your course and focus your efforts. The business plan provides a roadmap from which to operate, and to look to for direction in times of doubt. Without a business plan, you may shift your short-term strategies constantly without a view to your long-term milestones.

  14. To attract partners. Partners also want to see a business plan, in order to determine whether it is worth partnering with your business. Establishing partnerships often requires time and capital, and companies will be more likely to partner with your venture if they can read a detailed explanation of your company.

  15. To position your brand. Creating the business plan helps to define your company's role in the marketplace. This definition allows you to succinctly describe the business and position the brand to customers, investors, and partners.

  16. To judge the success of your business. A formal business plan allows you to compare actual operational results versus the business plan itself. In this way, it allows you to clearly see whether you have achieved your strategic, financing, and operational goals (and why you have or have not).

  17. To reposition your business to deal with changing conditions. For example, during difficult economic conditions, if your current sales and operational models arenít working, you can rewrite your business plan to define, try, and validate new ideas and strategies.

  18. To document your marketing plan. How are you going to reach your customers? How will you retain them? What is your advertising budget? What price will you charge? A well-documented marketing plan is essential to the growth of a business.

  19. To understand and forecast your companyís staffing needs. After completing your business plan, you will not be surprised when you are suddenly short-handed. Rather, your business plan provides a roadmap for your staffing needs, and thus helps to ensure smoother expansion.

  20. To uncover new opportunities. Through the process of brainstorming, white-boarding and creative interviewing, you will likely see your business in a different light. As a result, you will often come up with new ideas for marketing your product/service and running your business.

We have 46,719 business plans; with that many we can guarantee we have a plan for your business!

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Free Business Plans with every order

Our business plans are now provided in a Business Planning Package where we also send you three, additional, relevant, business plans with the business plan you ordered.

Therefore it does not really matter which of the similar sounding plans you choose as you will receive a package of plans to cover all circumstances.

There is no charge for these extra business plans.

Please note that we choose the free business plans as we know what is in the business plan you ordered, and we have nearly 20 years experience of which additional plans will be most relevant for your business.

As an example if you ordered, say, Dog Kennels Business Plan, we would not send you other similar plans, but would choose something like Dog Grooming and Dog Walking.

Where appropriate we will include a business plan giving information about a relevant online business.

As an example of this, if you ordered say, Restaurant Business Plan; you would receive Catering and Take Away, but also Online Food and Drink Retailer to give you specific information about having an online presence for your business.

We Do More Than Help You Plan

Free Gifts

We provide you and your business with over 140 free documents; as well as sending you four additional free business plans with your order - it is remarkable value!

You will receive download information for these free gifts as soon as your order is processed.

The free gifts contain ...

Spreadsheets For Your Business

There are still people who download a few numbers off the Internet and take that to the bank, or worse to family and friends, and think that they will get funding - too often from family and friends they do get the money and lose their family and friends when they fail!

The truth is that creating the numbers is the part that most people struggle with, but the reason for that is that creating numbers after you have your wording is extremely easy - writing your business plan to match someone else's numbers is very difficult indeed!

We provide free documents and books that tell you how to use your wording to create simple, understandable, spreadsheets rather than make up a lot of numbers that would be confusing and useless to you.

How do we know?

Two people open a business, one at home and one in an office. One employs two staff the other one. One has the equipment they need already and the other needs some. One of them will have a storefront and one will work mainly on-line. One is selling cheap products with no after-sales service and the other is charging more with a full guarantee. One of them is 26 and looking for instant revenue the other is 55 and is using their savings to build a long-term business.

And so on and on and on ...

Still think you can find the right numbers for your business online?

We supply 40 spreadsheets to cover all of your needs - and we provide a range of documents that clearly tell you how to use them!

  1. Monthly calendar - calendar on a spreadsheet
  2. Balance sheet - simple layout for you to fill in your numbers
  3. Balance sheet (Alternative)
  4. Basic invoice - basic invoice on spreadsheet
  5. Break Even Analysis
  6. Business plan by spreadsheet - a uniquely simple way of creating a business plan using a simple spreadsheet system
  7. Cash flow analysis - a simple spreadsheet enabling you to put in your numbers and analyze your cash flow
  8. Checkbook register
  9. Credit card payoff calculator - calculates how to pay off those credit card debts
  10. Employee time sheet - a time sheet with breaks included
  11. Family budget planner - every family should budget
  12. Forecast
  13. General supplies request
  14. Loan amortization schedule
  15. Monthly household budget
  16. Multi purpose invoice
  17. Office supplies request
  18. Opening day balance sheet
  19. Personal financial statement
  20. Personal monthly budget
  21. Pre business budget evaluation
  22. Profit and loss - 12 months
  23. Profit and loss - 3 years
  24. Project management schedule
  25. Project timeline
  26. Projected cost sheet
  27. Purchase order
  28. Sales forecast - 12 months
  29. Sales invoice - sales Invoice spreadsheet - one more for good measure
  30. Service invoice - you have a service industry or want to keep service invoice
  31. Service invoice (hourly rate) - you charge by the hour
  32. Startup business cash flow - 12 months
  33. Startup business cash flow - 3 years
  34. Startup business profit and loss - 12 months
  35. Startup business profit and loss - 3 years
  36. Startup expenses
  37. Start up spreadsheet - set out your startup costs
  38. Team contact list
  39. Travel expenses - keep tabs on your travel expenses
  40. Weekly timecard - timecard by project

Video tutorials

  1. Dreamweaver video tutorial - nearly 3 hours of video recording - includes how to build a contact form using PHP - dreamweaver isn't required - previously sold for $9.95
  2. Basic Windows video tutorial - over an hour long - previously sold for $9.95
  3. Excel video tutorial - teaches you some basic excel - over 2 hours long - previously sold for $9.95

Business Audio

Nearly 4 hours of business audio in mp3 format from 13 books that all business owners should read.

  1. 7 habits of highly effective people (26min 28 sec)
  2. 12 techniques to convince people what you are telling them (11min 08sec)
  3. 50 best and worst business deals (14min 13sec)
  4. Coopetition (35min 00sec)
  5. Emotional intelligence (16min 14sec)
  6. End of change (16min 40sec)
  7. How to become a CEO (14min 59sec)
  8. How to win friends and influence people (7min 21sec)
  9. Managing intellectual capital (17min 01sec)
  10. Power of servant leadership (14min 42sec)
  11. Six rules for getting people to like you (4min 07sec)
  12. Sun Tzu and the art of business (13min 27sec)
  13. The art of money getting (34min 31sec)

Documents Your Business Needs

  1. 50 Ways to improve your cash flow - 50 ideas which, when implemented, will surprise you in just how much you can save
  2. Advertising
  3. Advertising on a budget
  4. Applying for an SBA loan
  5. Are you capable of running your own business - some people aren't cut out for it - are you?
  6. Are You Ready
  7. Audit everything your business does
  8. Balance sheet for a sole proprietorship
  9. Before you start - do you know the answer?
  10. Business plan for start up business - a general business plan that gives specific wording and information for startup businesses
  11. Business plan - basics
  12. Business plan - the company summary
  13. Business plan - the executive summary
  14. Business plan - the financial summary
  15. Business plan - for a start up business
  16. Business plan - the management summary
  17. Business plan - the marketing summary
  18. Business plan - operational plan
  19. Business plan outline – gives simple to follow instructions for completing a business plan together with information on financial calculations and ratios
  20. Business plan - products and services
  21. Buying a business
  22. Checking Your Logistics
  23. Choose the business - that's right for you
  24. Choosing a business name – why your business name matters
  25. Cold calls
  26. Competitive Analysis
  27. Competitive Strategy
  28. Could you franchise? - your own business.
  29. Do not take no for an answer – what to do when your bank says “no!”
  30. Evaluating marketing strategies
  31. Evaluating your business idea
  32. Evaluating your management performance
  33. Getting a business grant – everything you need to know about getting a grant for your business
  34. Getting the best from your people – simple ways to get the best from your people
  35. Grants
  36. Guarantee your marketing
  37. Guide to keeping a manual cashbook
  38. How to avoid business failure - simple advice to ensure your business does not fail
  39. How to control cash flow
  40. How to forecast cash flow
  41. How to forecast your sales
  42. How to prepare a business loan request – tips on preparing that all-important make-or-break loan request
  43. How to write a business plan – a complete book telling everything you need to know about writing a business plan
  44. Instant marketing solutions
  45. Introduction to advertising
  46. Marketing a small business
  47. Mission statement
  48. People strategies
  49. Phone memo
  50. Purchase order letter
  51. Questions to ask your franchisor
  52. Quick business plan
  53. Sales forecasting
  54. Sample bank evaluation document – actual bank documents setting out the information your bank will be looking for
  55. Startup business - market research
  56. Startup expenses and capitalization - the executive summary
  57. The importance of a balance sheet
  58. The marketing plan – extensive document giving three different sets of wording for you to use in your marketing plan
  59. The questions you must answer – the most important free gift; answer all of these questions and you will succeed – miss one or two and…
  60. The right franchise for you
  61. The truth for any startup business
  62. Thinking about your business
  63. Thinking of owning and managing your own business
  64. Understanding profit and loss accounts
  65. Using a marketing plan
  66. Ways to communicate - a checklist
  67. Which franchise? - a simple check list
  68. Your strengths and weaknesses
  69. Free Updates for life - we are constantly updating our free gifts - we see no reason why you can't have them as well!

Web Stuff

If you're starting your own business then you should have a website - we hope to take you from nothing to purchasing your domain name and then how to create and maintain your own website; for virtually no cost.

  1. Buying a domain name - we walk you through the process and show you how to buy a .com domain name for 3 years for under $25!
  2. How to set up an e-mail account in Windows Mail - with screenshots
  3. How to set up an e-mail address in your control panel - the control panel refers to the one which comes with our cheap webhosting
  4. Viewing e-mail online through your control panel - the control panel refers to the one which comes with our cheap webhosting
  5. FTP - how to transfer files to the web
  6. Webmaster Search Engine guide - this guide will show how to submit a sitemap to all of the major search engines.
  7. Website resources – links to sites that provide easy resources for new companies setting up their first web-site
  8. Twitter - How to use Twitter to generate more traffic and business to your website.
  9. All About links - how to get more traffic to your site and much more...
  10. Email resources – where to find e-mail resources to change the way you keep in contact with your customers.

Free Gifts

Free Gifts

Free Gifts

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