A well-crafted business plan is key to getting investors and obtaining a loan from a lending institution. Investors and Lenders want to see that you have a solid business plan, are serious about the business and have an exit or long-term strategy before giving you the funds you need.Book a Consultation
Without such a plan, businesses may often be seen as less professional, which could lead to being denied the loan you need.
We help you prepare a detailed business plan by understanding your passions, background, goals, and ambitions.
Our team delivers a thorough and compelling business plan by understanding the following factors:
The purpose of the business plan
Is it to secure a loan from a lending institution? To get investors on board? To get approval to open a business? We make sure we know the plan's goal and tailor it accordingly.
The audience of the business plan.
Not all business plans are created equal - some are meant for internal use only, while others are meant to be seen by outside stakeholders such as investors or lending institutions. We tailor the content and presentation accordingly.
The financials of your business.
This is arguably the most critical part of any business plan, as lenders and investors want to see that you have a realistic understanding of your finances and that your business is sustainable in the long run. After working on hundreds of business plans, we understand the expenses, margins, and cash flow expected in various industries and utilize this knowledge to create your business plan.
Your company's competitive landscape.
Understanding your competitors and how you stack up against them is essential before creating a business plan. We use this information to help you make better strategic decisions about your business going forward.
The risks and challenges associated with your business.
No business is without risks, so it's important to be upfront about them in your business plan. This information can help identify potential problems down the road and come up with solutions to mitigate them.
Your exit strategy.
What are your plans for exiting the business? This is important information for potential investors to know, as they want to see that you have a plan in place for how they can get their money back if things go south.