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This book will show you how to write your own One Page Business Plan for start-ups, small to mid-sized companies, corporate divisions, and non- profits.
It doesn't have to take agonizing meetings, pounds of documents, or endless spreadsheets to produce a meaningful business plan. A single page can contain all of the essential elements you need to successfully present your ideas to management, banks, the SBA, venture capitalists, and boards of directors.
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The One Page Business Plan takes a difficult process and makes it easy. Using the user friendly worksheets, exercises, and powerful examples, you will be able to quickly write: A vision statement, graphically describing your business; a mission statement that reflects your passion and the reason the business will exist; objectives that specifically describe what must be accomplished to be successful; strategies that will make the business successful over time; and plans that clearly state what actions must be completed and when!From the Author:
There is a new breed of business owner in the marketplace today. These business owners are either starting up new businesses or reinventing established businesses. These individuals are intensely passionate and strategic. They are competitive, care about people, the environment, and their communities. They do not run their businesses casually. They are professional entrepreneurs.
There is also another type of entrepreneur, the accidental entrepreneur. These individuals are finding themselves considering self -employment for the first time in their lives. Many have experienced firsthand the downsizing of corporate America and are now ready to act on their own business ideas.
All these companies share similar issues. Business is complex, resources are limited, and time is of the essence. There is no room for big mistakes. Business owners can't know it all and can't do it all by themselves. Therefore, other people will become involved in the business. That means employees, independent contractors, investors, and potentially partners. Additionally, your business may require the use of "other people's money." Other people and "other people's money" necessitate having a written business plan. It's no longer optional.
The One Page Business Plan was inspired by my work with entrepreneurs. These individuals like to think fast and move fast, and the concept of a traditional business plan was out of the question. An innovative, fresh approach to business planning was required, and the One Page Business Plan was born.
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Book Description One Page Business Plan Company, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX1891315072
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