Plan will contain all the components outline in this course.
1. This Business Plan Template may be used as a guide: BusinessPlanTemplate-V4.docx.
2.Use SBA template an assistance. If you receive assistance from SCORE, please note in your HR and cover page ass a contributor.
3. Other Template may use if the format fits the basic requirements.
4. Check the Resource Module for useful tools
This should be a 10 to 15-page document to include the basic components of a Business Plan, photos, graphs, and all other relevant documents.
1. Front Material:
ïƒ¼ Cover Page: Company name and logo (Note Company Name should be used as a header for each Page)
ïƒ¼ Table of Content
ïƒ¼ Mission and Vision Statement
2. Executive Summary: Condensed Business Plan
3. Business Plans Major Parts:
ïƒ¼ Business Description and Value
ïƒ¼ Management & Organizational Plan
ïƒ¼ Critical Path Timeline
ïƒ¼ Marketing Plan
ïƒ¼ Financial Plan
ïƒ¼ Summary: An Action Statement, Conclusion and Recommendation
ïƒ¼ Supporting Documents:
Assignment Rubric Points
Compliance with all directions. 50%
Content was logical, well written, and demonstrated adequate topic research. 25%
No evidence of plagiarism. All sources properly sited. 25%
SBA Assistance: https://www.sba.gov/tools/business-plan/1?interior…
Build Your Business Plan
Are you interested in starting a business? Creating a business plan is one of the most important steps you will take because the plan serves as your road map for the early years of your business. The business plan generally projects 3-5 years ahead and outlines the route a company intends to take to reach its yearly milestones, including revenue projections. A well thought out plan also helps you to step-back and think objectively about the key elements of your business venture and informs your decision-making on a regular basis.
SBA’s Business Plan Tool provides you with a step-by-step guide to help you get started. All your information entered this tool can only be viewed by accessing your account using the password you have specified. Not only can you save your plan as a PDF file, you can also update it at any time, making this a living plan to which you can often refer. You can also use your completed business plan to discuss next steps with a mentor or counselor from an SBA resource partner such as SCORE, a Small Business Development Center (SBDC) or a Women’s Business Center (WBC).
Complete each section of SBA’s Business Plan Tool at your own pace. Save your work at any time and pick up where you left off the next time you log into the tool. Your information will be saved for up to six months after your last login date.
During the step-by-step process, this tool will update the status of your business plan. Once you save your information and move to a new section in the business plan, a check mark will appear in the numbered section menu at the top of the screen denoting when each section is complete.
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The kind of my business is (real estate agent)
The name of my business is (Sunshine)