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SUPER GUIDE: The Perfect Business Plan

The Super Guide about The Perfect Business Plan is a complete guide that explains the process of creating a perfect business plan that can help you achieve your business goals.

Table of content

  1. Introduction
  2. What Is A Business Plan?
  3. Who Needs A Business Plan?
  4. Why It Is Important?
    1. Strategic Planning
    2. Evaluating Idea
    3. Research
    4. Recruiting
    5. Competitions
  5. Types Of Business Plans
    1. Traditional Business Plan
    2. Lean Business Plan
      1. Benefits Of Using A Lean Business Plan
    3. Nonprofit Business Plan
      1. Why Do We Need A Nonprofit Business Plan?
  6. Benefits Of A Perfect Business Plan
    1. See The Whole Business
    2. Strategic Focus
    3. Set Priorities
    4. Manage Change
    5. Develop Accountability
    6. Manage Cash
    7. Strategic Alignment
    8. Milestones
    9. Metrics
    10. Realistic Regular Reminders To Keep On Track
  7. What Should You Do Before You Write Your Business Plan?
  8. How To Create A Perfect Business Plan: A Step-By-Step Guide
    1. Create Title Page And Contents
    2. Draft An Executive Summary
      1. What Your Business Plan’s Executive Summary Should Include
        1. Business Concept
        2. Business Goals And Vision
        3. Product Description And Differentiation
        4. Target Market
        5. Marketing Strategy
        6. Current Financial State
        7. Projected Financial State
        8. The Ask
        9. The Team
    3. Describe Your Company
    4. Perform A Market Analysis
      1. How Big Is Your Potential Market?
        1. Understand Your Ideal Customer Profile
        2. Research Relevant Industry Trends And Trajectory
        3. Make Informed Guesses
      2. Swot Analysis
    5. Competitive Analysis
      1. Cost Leadership
      2. Differentiation
      3. Segmentation
    6. Outline The Management And Organization
    7. List Your Products And Services
    8. Perform Customer Segmentation
    9. Define A Marketing Plan
    10. Provide A Logistics And Operations Plan
      1. Suppliers
      2. Production
      3. Facilities
      4. Equipment
      5. Shipping And Fulfillment
      6. Inventory
    11. Make A Financial Plan
      1. Cash
      2. Cash Sales
      3. Receivables
      4. Other Income
      5. Total Income
      6. Material/Merchandise
      7. Direct Labor
      8. Overhead
      9. Marketing/Sales
      10. Research And Development
      11. General And Administrative Expenses
      12. Taxes
      13. Capital
      14. Loan Payments
      15. Total Expenses
      16. Cash Flow
      17. Cumulative Cash Flow
    12. Supporting Documents
  9. Common Mistakes When Writing A Business Plan
    1. Making A Long-Winded Business Plan
    2. Underestimating User Acquisition
    3. Striving To Create A ‘perfect Plan’
    4. Failing To Research The Target Market
    5. Forgetting Cash Flow
    6. Thinking A Business Can’t Be Started Without A Formal Plan
    7. Misunderstanding The Plan’s Purpose
    8. Underestimating The Competition
    9. Leaving Little Room To Pivot
  10. What To Do After Writing A Business Plan?
    1. Get Help
    2. Make Sure It Connects To Your Purpose
    3. Begin To Test And Measure
    4. Use The 80/20 Rule
    5. Learn Something New
  11. Tips For Writing A Business Plan
    1. Don’t Be Long-Winded
    2. Show Why You Care
    3. Provide Supporting Documents
    4. Reference Data
    5. Research, Research, Research
    6. Clearly Demonstrate Your Points Of Difference
    7. Be Objective In Your Research
    8. Know The Purpose Of Your Plan
    9. Identify Your Audience
    10. Avoid Jargon
    11. Don’t Be Afraid To Change It
    12. Use It
  12. Conclusion


Read an excerpt from this The Perfect Business Plan Super Guide:

“A business plan serves as a guidebook, outlining the goals and objectives of a company, and providing a roadmap for how to reach them. This document is essential for both new and established businesses, as it serves to identify the
operational, financial, and marketing elements to be addressed. It provides a framework to be referenced so that the company can assess its progress toward the desired goals”


This is must-have knowledge for entrepreneurs and business model analysts and consultants. If you want to dominate business models this super guide was made especially for you.

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