business-management

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What is a Business Plan?
A Business Plan is a written document that outlines a company's goals and how it plans to achieve them. It also encompasses several other aspects of a company's future agenda and can serve as a tool for internal decision-making or as a business proposal to pitch to potential investors.
Who needs a Business Plan?
Those who are starting a business or who have an existing business, including sole proprietors, general partners, limited liability company (LLC) members, and even corporations, should have a Business Plan to map out their strategies and goals for their company.
When should you use a Business Plan?

A Business Plan is essentially a tool for planning and education. It can be used to build the framework for your new or existing enterprise, and to set goals for your business. It can also be used by your startup as a way to present your ideas, sales projections, and plans for achieving your objectives to potential investors for funding purposes. Ultimately, whether you plan to launch a company, transition from being a freelancer to a small business owner, or wish to recreate, improve, and organize your current business, a Business Plan is a helpful document for steering your business forward and informing others of your plans.

Business plans help you run your business

A good business plan guides you through each stage of starting and managing your business. You’ll use your business plan as a roadmap for how to structure, run, and grow your new business. It’s a way to think through the key elements of your business.
Business plans can help you get funding or bring on new business partners. Investors want to feel confident they’ll see a return on their investment. Your business plan is the tool you’ll use to convince people that working with you — or investing in your company — is a smart choice.


Pick a business plan format that works for you

There’s no right or wrong way to write a business plan. What’s important is that your plan meets your needs.
Most business plans fall into one of two common categories: traditional or lean startup.
Traditional business plans are more common, use a standard structure, and encourage you to go into detail in each section. They tend to require more work upfront and can be dozens of pages long.
Lean startup business plans are less common but still use a standard structure. They focus on summarizing only the most important points of the key elements of your plan. They can take as little as one hour to make and are typically only one page.

We Create Successful Business Plans

Since 2003, NOROWEB has been a leader in the business plan field.
We have developed successful business plans for more than 1,000 clients including entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized businesses, large multi-national corporations, and non-profit organizations.
The clients for which we've developed business plans have gone on to achieve tremendous success. Our clients have raised remarkably in funding, generated billions of dollars in revenues, and many have sold their businesses for millions upon millions of dollars. 

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