How To Write A Fill-In-The-Blank Business Plan
In this 5-minute class, you’ll learn how to write a fill-in-the-blank business plan for your small business.
Recommended Pre-Requisite Classes: None
Instructor: Jennifer Croft
In this 5-minute, online class, you’ll learn how to write a fill-in-the-blank business plan for your small business. You’ll learn why (and when) you should write a business plan and what to include in the plan. You’ll discover how much detail to include about your ownership structure, mission and vision, employees, vendors, and day-to-day operations. You’ll get tips for how to describe your marketing strategies and learn the types of financial information that need to be included in your business plan.
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Related ClassesHere are other classes that relate to How To Write A Fill-In-The-Blank Business Plan:
•How To Write A 1-Page Business Plan
•Test Your Business Idea
•How To Write A Marketing Plan
•How To Forecast Cash Flow
WorksheetsThe following worksheets will be helpful for you to use:
•8-Page Fill-In-The-Blank Business Plan
•Marketing Plan – 1 Year
•Cash Flow Forecast – 1 Year
Next StepsAfter taking this class, here are some good next steps you can take:
•Download and complete the “Fill-In-The-Blank Business Plan” template (a Word version and PDF version are available on the website).
•Complete a cash flow forecast for one year.
•Complete a marketing plan for one year.
•Gather all of the attachments you’ll need if you intend to borrow money or pitch to investors (tax returns, bank statements, current profit and loss statement and balance sheet, list of accounts receivable and payable, etc).