Executive Summary [BUSINESS NAME] [ADDRESS] [PHONE] The Executive Summary is where you explain the general idea behind your company; it’s where you give the reader (most likely an investor, or someone else you need on board) a clear indication of why you’ve sent this Business Plan to them.
This is a souped-up “elevator pitch,” a couple of pages that summarizes what your business is all about.
A) Goals Explain the end-result you seek from the business venture. B) Objectives Explain the steps you will take to reach your goal.
Be specific; demonstrate that you have a good idea of what it will realistically take to achieve your goals. E) Strengths Here you want to outline what makes your company special.
Here, you’ll want to describe the various resources, personnel, and real estate involved in the execution of your business activities.
Here are some of the things you will want to include in the Operations Plan section: [LOCATION] [LOGISTICS] [LEGALITIES] [PERSONNEL] [INVENTORY] [SUPPLY CHAIN] [ACCOUNTS PAYABLE/RECEIVABLE] Panda Tip: The Operations Plan section should leave your readers with the feeling that you’ve thought of everything. Management Organization In this section, detail the management structure inside your organization.
You can use a company logo, or any other design you’d like, but you want to be sure you include the name of your business, right at the start of the Business Plan.
In the Business Plan section, you will want to get the reader’s attention by letting them know what you do.
This section can be broken into six distinct parts, as follows: The Marketing Plan is essential.
Make sure you give it plenty of attention, in your Business Plan.