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How to Write a Business Plan.

How to Write a Business Plan

How to Write a Business Plan, American Institute of Small Business, 7515 Wayzata Boulevard, Suite 201, Minneapolis, MN 55426, (800) 328-2906, $85.

This plan is structured in a special kit consisting of three parts describing methods for companies and individuals to prepare a business plan. The first part of the kit is a book which takes the user through a step-by-step process in preparing the business plan, explaining each of the 11 primary reasons why a business plan is used and discussing how it is prepared. The second portion of the kit is an actual case history of a start-up company including the facts behind the company's formation, development of the product line, site location, competition, pricing policies, production and marketing plans, financial analysis and projections and sales forecast data. Based on the given material, the reader then prepares an actual business plan. The third portion of the kit contains a fully documented business plan for the case history which can be used as a model for comparison. The kit allows your small business clients to prepare a mock-up plan to determine the feasibility of a planned business project.
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Publication:The National Public Accountant
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Aug 1, 1990
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