business plan


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business plan

n
(Commerce) a detailed plan setting out the objectives of a business, the strategy and tactics planned to achieve them, and the expected profits, usually over a period of three to ten years
Translations
plan d'affaires

business plan

npiano gestionale dell'impresa
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SCORE's new Business Plan Assist program pairs any aspiring or current small business owner in the U.
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This Comprehensive Business Plan Book is available as an immediate digital book download.
Although it was reasonable to assume that some of the business owners interviewed would mention the business plan as one of the steps or the only step they had used to assess the likelihood of business success, the students were required to specifically ask whether a business plan had been prepared, whether the entrepreneur him/herself had prepared the business plan, and whether the entrepreneur had found the business plan useful, including why and why not.
This study is designed to investigate empirically the relevance of a business plan to venture capitalists in their funding decision for start-up companies.
A PFP-niche business plan should contain a mission statement, positioning statement, value proposition, investment approach, competitive advantage(s), implementation resources, implementation steps and financial projections.
Seventeen-year-old Nicholas Korhonen's business plan for "Frosty Treats" earned him top honours while Grade 11 student Kayla Tennant pocketed $500 for her marketing plan, "The Table is Set.
There are many resources available to assist in preparing a business plan, including the Small Business Administration (SBA), small business investment companies, business development companies, CPAs and attorneys, as well as friends and family who have had success in business.
This results in a business plan that has unvalidated assumptions and is rejected or leads to an enterprise that fails.
AFIP's business plan has four key initiatives: improving AFIP's business practices, increasing the amount of services it provides for the military, reducing staff, and consolidating its facilities.
In short, if the business plan is solid enough for a lending institution to trust you with its money, there's a chance that the business may be a sustainable enterprise.
There are a number of items that a business plan could contain and a few are outlined below:

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