The first thing you need to do when creating a business plan is to establish why you even need one. Is a third-party agency or a loan provider requiring that you have a business plan? Second, how do you want to use your business plan? Will it sit on your laptop never to be touched again or is this something you’ll utilize in your business regularly? If you don’t plan on using your business plan as a tool, then it’s probably not something you should spend a lot of your time on. Finally, if you are going to have a business plan, you’ll need to decide how it’s created. There are three options when creating your business plan.
3 Ways to Obtain a Business Plan
- Hire Someone. You can hire someone to create your entire business plan for you, but it can be expensive.
- Do It Yourself. You can create and write a business plan completely on your own, saving money but not time.
- You create the business plan, but you have someone coaching you or assisting you through the process. This option provides you with assistance without breaking the bank.
Choose the option that gets you the results you’re seeking!
Kedma Ough is a nationally recognized small business funding expert and author of Target Funding, a book that helps you discover a proven system to get the money & resources you need now in order to grow your business.