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Important tips for writing an effective small business plan

| Nov 24, 2017 | business law

A business plan is the foundation that every single business is built on in the corporate world. No business can be successful without a strong business plan. The plan will help guide you through the difficult stages of starting and then managing your business. This plan is shown to investors so they know what type of return on their investment they will see. Here are some tips for writing an effective business plan.

Every strong business plan has an executive summary and a description of the business. The summary is used to explain what the company is and why it will be a successful venture. This portion of the plan should also include the mission statement of the company. The description should offer a detailed explanation about the company.

Starting a business also involves doing some market research. You need to know what type of market there is for your company and how your company can be successful in the market.

The business plan must also have a structure named for the company. Investors will want to know who will run the company and how the business will be legalized. This includes whether you will incorporate, become an LLC or if you will operate as a general partnership.

All business plans should also include a description of the service or product your company will be offering. Also share in the plan how intellectual property will be handled.

Do you need help writing a business plan for the creation of your new business? If so, an experienced business law attorney in New York to help create your plan so that it is done correctly and thoroughly.

Source: Small Business Administration, “Write Your Business Plan,” accessed Nov. 24, 2017

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