Business Plan

What you need to know

A professional business plan requires a good understanding of the banks requirements for loan applications. 

Our Business Plans  include a consultation from an accountant on what will work for your future ideas.   It is uniquely tailored for your individual business.

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Price :  R3500
How long does it take?   2 Weeks

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Frequently Asked Questions

The preparation of a business plan forces you to think about all aspects of your business  - even the areas that you may not be comfortable with; for example: finance or marketing. By planning and writing down the business plan you will be pushed into making decision on these topics which will ultimately benefit the business. 

Research and more research is the most important aspect of planning to write a good business plan. It will empower you with knowledge of the environment your business will be operating in and this will help improve the quality and relevance of your business plan. 

A well-researched business plan will help steer your business in a particular direction or it could be used to convince a financial institutions to invest or raise finance. If you are selling your business or a new shareholder wants to buy into your business, then a business plan is the go to document to help with the decision. 

The main components of a business plan are :   The executive summary; business description; marketing strategy; SWOT analysis; management team; product of service description; operating plan and the financial projections. 

This is the part of the business plan that everyone will read. A good executive summary will go along way in convincing the reader that lots of planning and thought went into the preparation of the document which should entice them to continue reading. 

It is always advisable that the owner of the business plays a major role in preparing the business plan as this will ensure an in-depth understanding of all aspects of the business and go a long way to ensure the success of the venture.

Many entrepreneurs overstate the projected income or misrepresent the numbers to shows large future profits. This is not advisable and it is better to use realistic figures as the intention is to determine the viability of the project before too much is invested. Using an accountant to check the numbers will ensure a more realistic projection. 

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