Why do you need a Business Plan?
Breaking down the business planning needs we realised that most of the Irish businesses need a business plan to be used in:
1 Realising the business potential
2 Applying for a bank loan
3 Applying for funding and/or supports to Enterprise Ireland
4 Applying for funding and/or supports to a local Enterprise Board
5 Apply for funding to an investment fund, Heads Fund, angel investors or set up crowd-funding
6 Actually implement it and run the business
This is exactly what we had on mind when designing this offer.
It is impossible for business owners to be experts in all business operations across all fields. Most new business that fail have previously failed to conduct a business plan they can implement or they have deliberately postponed planning or implementing one or more activities for a later time. When there is no budget for expensive managers, to avoid jeopardising the viability of the business, the solution of outsourcing can add exceptional professional value to the business at a much lower budget.
Every business needs to record its assets, the facilities, the concept ideas, products and services developed and the people that will deliver planning forward on all business activities. A business plan defines what the business is about and how it will utilise and combine available resources for a profit.
The business plan we will prepare for your business will contain:
- Mission, Vision, reason of existence
- Main Strategy
- Market analysis
- Competition analysis
- Critical Selling point
- Investment plan
- Production plan
- Financial plan
- Sales plan
- Staffing plan
- Marketing plan
- Research and development plan
- Project-time management
- Aims, objectives, thresholds, Measuring tools, Control mechanism
This plan will be delivered in hard copy and electronic file 30 days after your order, ready to be presented to any public funding organisation or other financial institution.