Do you need a business plan written to run a business?
For some, having a plan for your business is important to get started, access government programs, attract investors, gain financing.
Making a business plan sets you on the road to success but it can be hard to know where to start or time consuming to put all together.
For others, they like the freedom of not being confined to pre-determining their future or they think they can make more valuable use of their time elsewhere.
I have 3 GO-TO business plan templates that I use for myself and my clients.
The first is the ever popular fillable form found in my region from the Community Business Development Corporations
Link to this template here.
I also use a sleek and simple Word template that can be found within the Microsoft suite, so look that up if you use Word.
Lastly, for side businesses, market vendors, or shorter financial projects I use a 1 page business plan hybrid I’ve created that incorporates the money questions and calculations you need to ask yourself to be successful in your endeavors, with the operational planning factors I used in planning operations and training while I was in the military.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact here, if you’d like a copy of this.