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If we have written your business plan and we think it is something our venture capitalist and bank contacts would be interested in funding, we will offer to pitch it to them.

$50 per page for a basic plan. $65 per page for a graphical plan.

We can make your business plan as long as you like. However, we generally recommend around 15-20 pages. It all depends on your industry and intended use of the business plan. We’ve written plans as few as 5 pages.

We gather all necessary information from you. We then assign one of our accountants, market analysts, and project leads, who discuss your plan and come up with any remaining questions. We then complete the financials, followed by the general information, and then we complete the market analysis. If you order a graphical plan, it will then go through our graphic designer.

You can upload your information to the “Place Order” page whenever you like. Or, you can schedule a consultation with us, and we will walk you through the process.

If you are pitching venture capitalists, you should also have a pitch deck, since this is a quicker way for VCs to understand your business. Also, a VC plan should be graphical, since they are investing in the vision of the company, whereas banks are more interested in the hard numbers.

Yes. Grant proposals and business plans are very similar. However, grant proposals put an emphasis on how the organization can make the largest possible positive impact on the greatest number of people. However, it is also important to convince the reader that the organization can maintain a positive cash flow after grant funding has been depleted.

Yes. We recommend pitch decks if you intend to pitch venture capitalists. They are $35 for each slide and we generally recommend 10 slides, up to 40.

A business plan is a document that provides a tangible document that people can read to get an idea of your business. It can be intended to clarify your message and goals within your organization, but it is most frequently used in the attempt to acquire funding or investors. Quite often, businesses looking for government approval for various initiatives such as immigration stakeholder immigration also need a business plan.

A marketing plan details the ways your company will advertise and brand its services. It also includes market forecasts and budgets.

Organizations need business plans to clarify their vision and develop strategies to achieve their goals. It is also frequently required by government agencies for compliance related initiatives. Banks and investors also require business plans if they are going to fund your project.

After you create your business plan, you can submit it to any stakeholders for whom you have written the business plan. You can contact your bank and ask how you can apply for a loan. Any investors that you know can also be contacted with the business plan to help in them deciding whether to fund your company.

A business continuity plan identifies the areas where your business is at risk. For example, are you relying too heavily on one marketing stream? If all your clients come from Facebook ads, what will happen if that company changes its rules, for instance? You should also be prepared for possible competitors who can eat into your business. Noticing these sharks in the water can help you position yourself so that your business doesn’t get taken by surprise.

We take about 12-14 days after receiving all necessary information.

You can pay half at prior to us starting the writing process, and the other half after we have finished and you are completely satisfied.

Any type of legal organization other than those that promote narcotics use, drug paraphernalia, cigarettes, promotion of hate and violence, credit repair, firearms, and gambling.

Investors are typically looking for companies that have the potential to earn billions of dollars. They want lots of visuals and information about the company stakeholders. They are investing in your vision and potential to achieve that goals. Banks, on the other hand, rely most heavily on financials, and the likelihood that you are going to repay your loan and meet your interest obligations.