How is a Customized Business Plan Made?
We offer a systematic process to develop customized business plans for our clients, taking care to cover every aspect of business plan writing right from feasibility analysis to final submission. Here is a breakdown of the process we follow to make your business plan.
1. Initial meeting
This is the first, informal meeting with the client and is a free service. During this meeting, we try to learn about your venture and business goals. We talk in detail about things like your business vision, mission, long-term goals and strategy. This helps us know what to include in your business plan, and which aspects of your business would make it particularly exciting for a potential investor.
2. Reviewing functional plans and the business model
Once we have reviewed the business idea, we then explore the functional aspect of the business:
- Operational plans
- Marketing plans
- Financial plans
- HR plans
At this stage, we can have face to face meetings, as well as Skype and email conversations. All of this information is used to draft a basic business model for you, which is tweaked until it accurately integrates every functional area of your business.
3. Writing the business plan
After collecting the business information, a trained and competent writer produces a draft business plan and financial model. This is one of the many drafts that we produce under the unlimited revisions policy. The first draft is sent to the client for their review.
As many times as is necessary, we revise the business plan by altering the financial model, or by adding information that was unidentified in the previous meetings. This is an iterative process and we encourage our clients to request any number of changes until the business plan is fit to be presented to potential investors.
After the final draft is approved and all changes have been incorporated, the customized business plan is handed over to the client. This also includes all unlocked models and files to enable clients to modify them over the course of their venture.
Any business plan is effective in so far as it can communicate the details of the business and secure investment. Our goal remains to continue to improve your customized business plan until you are confident that your plan will succeed on both fronts.