Bussiness Plan

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Experience Level: Intermediate
I require a business plan for a new new start up company.

Things to be included below. I will work with the winning bidder to help give them relevant information to put the document together.


1. The Executive Summary. This is a concise one- to four-page summary illustrating the key points that are detailed in each section of the ensuing business plan. The Executive Summary should stand on its own as a separate document.
2. Business Overview. Offer a description of the business, including:
* The legal structure
* Business formation history
* The type of business
* Location
* Means of doing business (Internet)
3. Operations Plan. Offer an explanation describing how the business will function, including the physical setup and responsibilities for specific tasks.
4. Market Analysis. Include an overview of the market as a whole, with specific data and charts or graphs, if appropriate. Define the target market and plans for catering to this specific audience.
5. Services. Describe the services offered. Classify the different types of services and provide a brief description of each.
6. Sales and Marketing. Outline pricing and sales information. Include rationalizations for why your audience will buy your products or services and how you will reach them through marketing and advertising efforts.
7. Competitive Analysis. Analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your direct and indirect competitors. Demonstrate how you will gain a competitive edge against your competition.
8. Management Team. Provide pertinent, concise background information on all key players involved in the business.
9. Financial Plan. Include all financial information, from startup costs to balance sheets. The financial section should outline:
* The amount necessary to start or maintain the business
* The amount needed over the next two, three, and even five years
* Plans to use funds
* Anticipated need for additional funding
* Ongoing business expenses, including salaries, insurance costs, promotional expenses, etc.
10. Projections. Provide projected income statements and balance sheets for at least two or three years.

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