Business Plan Presentation

Your Business Plan Presentation is the way you want to present your Business Plan to your perspective investors or to companies that you plan on doing business with in the future.

Your Business Plan Presentation should be broken down into seven different sections.

Business Plan Presentation parts; these are the parts that should be included in the presentation for your business plan.

1. Introduction Section...

This section is the first impression of your business. This is how you introduce your business to whom every you wish to view your business plan.

It should include a Table of Content, a Mission Statement and the Fact Sheets about your business.

2. Executive Summary…

Your Executive Summary is the summing up of the purpose of your business. It is a brief statement or account that covers the substance and main points of your company.

This section includes an Introduction, Product/Service, Target Market, Competitive Position, Goals and Objectives, Management, Finance, and an Executive Summary.

3. Company Plan…

The Company Plan is a factual review of your business.

This section includes a Company Description, Company Accomplishments, Property Owned, Company Assets, Company Goals, Company History, Company Philosophy, Contracts, Legal Formation, Location, Merchandising Plan, Product Description, Proprietary Rights, and Suppliers

4. Marketing Plan…

Your Marketing Plan covers all of the details about how you plan on marketing every aspect of your business.

This section includes a Marketing Description, Market (Industry Trends), National Economics Trends, Target, Market Description, Competitor Description, Competitor Analysis, Product/Service Description, Product/Service Strategy, Product/Service Pricing, Strategy, Product/Service Sales Strategy.

This section also includes Product/Service Advertising, Strategy, Product/Service Distribution Strategy, Product/Service Customer Service Strategy, Product/Service Credit Policies Strategy, Product/Service Packaging Strategy, Product/Service, Warranty Strategy, Product/Service, Marketing Test, Product/Service, SWOT, and A Marketing Budget.

5. Operations Plan…

The Operating Plan is an overview of the general operations of your business.

This section should include a brief overview about how you plan on running the financing, legal concerns, inventor.

It also includes Daily Operations, Banking, Board of Directors, Professional Consultants, Management Team, and Manpower.

6. Financial Strategies…

Your Financial Plan describes the details of your past, present and future financial plans of your business.

This is how and where you plan to manage and/or obtain money to keep your business up and running.

This section includes your Expenses, Capital Plan, Accounts Payable, Capital Sources, Loan Requirements, Summary of Financial Needs, Financial Statement, Income Statement, Balance Sheet Statement, and Cash Flow Statement.

7. Supporting Documents/Appendices…

Include your supporting documents, testimonials from present and potential customers research clips, miscellaneous charts and graphs.

It should also include your company’s contracts, credit reports, past and present Income tax returns, legal documents and your lease agreements.

So What Are The Steps To Get Started Writing Your Business Plan?

We have put together a three fold process to help you get your business plan written in an expedient amount of time.

The first fold of the process is to work on and complete the Business Plan Work Shop. This is a printable worksheet that will ensure that you keep notes and write your plan correctly.

The second fold of the process is to review the  Sample Business Plan. This plan will help you write your Business Plan in the correct manner.

The third fold of the process is to review the Business Plan Checklist; it will make sure you have not forgotten anything that should be included in your business plan.

After you have completed the Three Fold Business Plan Process, you will be ready to write your business plan to help you succeed in business in today's ever changing tough business environment.

Writing A Business Plan 
Writing a business plan is one of the most important aspects of starting a business in today's every changing environment. Why is writing a business plan so important?

Small Business Plan Sample
This Sample Business Plan will help you write your business plan in the correct manner. You will get to see what a business plan really looks like. And also see how it can help you.

Business Plan Checklist 
Business Plan Checklist will make sure you have not forgotten anything that should be included in your business plan. 

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