Your Small Business Plan
As a small business entrepreneur, you’re very possibly in possession of something very valuable – a great idea. To make the most of that idea, you need to be able to communicate it crisply to potential investors, clients and employees.
This is where a knockout business plan comes into play. Once you have one, you have the road map for your business laid out in front of you. You can clearly show anyone who is interested what your company is all about, your plans for the future and how you plan to grow revenues.
With this in mind, this infographic below will help you put together a great business plan, including everything you should include, as well as how to make it succinct and engaging. Finally, it will show you how to put your business plan into action.
This is an edited version of a post originally posted at The Payroll Blog. You are free to re-edit and repost this in your own blog or other use under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License terms, by giving credit with a link to www.startupcommons.org and the original post.
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