Get Your Very Own Customized Business Plan
1. Every business plan is customized
Customization is key to a successful business plan. While using a template makes things easier for the person reviewing your business plan, it lacks personality. Your goal should be to make your business plan memorable for your potential investor or lender.
All our business plans are customized as we do not believe in using readymade templates that result in almost identical cookie-cutter business plan. We customize business plans after detailed meetings and interviews with clients to reveal the unique business concept, value and business model of your project.
2. Support from practical experience
Investors are being asked to evaluate business plans all the time. But what is it that catches the eye, and strikes as something they can bet their money on? Real-world insights. As an entrepreneur nobody expects you to understand the ins and outs of the corporate environment. But they do appreciate it if your business plan reflects a good understanding of your business and the challenges and opportunities you expect.
The business plans developed by our team contain insights gained from working in diverse industries for more than 3 decades. We know what potential investors are interested in and will guarantee that they find it in your business plan.
3. Documenting the feasibility of your project
Creating a business plan involves work on many fronts. One of these is ensuring the feasibility of your startup. You may have a great idea, but do you know if it will make money? If so, how. These are critical questions that any potential lender or investor would ask as they review your business plan.
We offer you free feasibility consultation to review your business plan and ensure that you are pitching a viable business. During the review, we will question all underlying assumptions of your business, including:
- The proposed initial costs
- Number of customers planned for targeting in the first year
- Projected annual growth rates
- Equipment and materials costs
By the end of the meeting, we would have addressed all the issues of your project feasibility. Now, you are ready to progress to the next stage, i.e. writing the business plan.
4. Writing the business plan in plain English
The audience for your business plan is quite diverse. They are also pressed for time and are under pressure to make fast decisions. Your business plan should help them instead of bogging them down with complicated terminology and jargon.
All our business plans are written in plain English so that the investor gets a vivid, detailed and clear picture of your proposed business. The goal is to communicate rather than impress your reader. Through our years of business plan writing experience, we know what information investors and lenders are looking for, and we write our business plans to make that information easily accessible. We will have a detailed interview with you to obtain all of this information and present it clearly in your business plan.
5. Unlimited revisions
Our commitment to creating a winning business plan for your startup is reflected in our ‘unlimited revisions’ policy. Unlike other business plan writers, we are not driven by the need to close a project as quickly as possible, and charge you for every revision. Far from it, we understand that writing a business plan is an organic process, and that new factors can change the business model. Therefore, we offer unlimited revisions to cover all bases and to help you get a watertight business plan.
6. Industry-specific business plans
Every industry has its own strategic and systemic issues. As an entrepreneur, you need to express an understanding of your industry’s key issues in your business plan. These may include:
- Specific financing sources
- Competitive activity
- Industry-specific laws and regulations
- Resource constraints
- Technology issues
Addressing the above issues in your business plan assures your proposed investor or lender that you fully understand the industry and are prepared to respond to its challenges.
7. Strict assessment of financial viability
We’ve already talked about assessing the viability of your project in terms of your growth assumptions. But financial viability is altogether a different ball game. In fact, the financials are the heart of your business plan.
Investors spend the greatest portion of their time reviewing the revenue and profit projections of your plan. They want to ensure that all the figures are in order and are based on reasonable assumptions. We ensure that all our business plans are approved by our in-house accountant so that you feel confident about presenting your business plan for investors’ review.
Through our years of experience with the business community, we have an extensive network of entrepreneurs, small and medium business owners and investors. Where possible, we do recommend out clients to interested business owners for review and consultation, or even as potential investors in the business venture.
9. Your own customized financial model
Every business plan includes a tailor-made financial model, showing the relationship between your projected costs, expenses, liabilities, revenues and profits. Potential investors are interested in trying out different scenarios to see how the business would perform under different financial conditions.
With the customized financial model as part of your business plan, you can enter your anticipated data projections to test the viability of your project.
10. We set ourselves to the highest professional standards
In all that we do, our primary concern is to maintain the highest standards of professionalism, being honest and conducting ourselves with dignity. We act in compliance with all applicable laws and maintain high ethical standards mandated by the business community.