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What is a Business plan?
A business plan is a formal statement of business goals, reasons they are attainable, and plans for reaching them. It may also contain background information about the organization or team attempting to reach those goals. But most importantly it is an essential tool that helps you assess your ability to achieve your stated objectives.
What is a case study?
A case study is an in-depth analysis of one individual, group or event based on interviews, reports, statistical data and other sources. It gives the student a first-hand look at what occurred and why it developed as it did.
What makes a good Business Plan and Case study?
- Well-organized and logical; free of spelling, grammar and punctuation mistakes.
- Appropriate to the size and type of business.
- Contains accurate financial information: revenue, expenses, cash flow projections and sources of financing.
- Provides specific information on marketing strategies to reach targeted markets with compelling messages. It also describes potential competitors, tactics for differentiating the business from them, pricing strategy, place (distribution) strategy and promotional strategy.
- Discusses the management team’s qualifications for running the new enterprise.
How to write an Effective Business Plan?
Define Your Target Market
Your target market is the group of people who are most likely to purchase your products. If you have a party planning business, it’s teenagers and young adults. If you’re selling high-priced luxury items, it’s wealthy people with plenty of disposable income.
You can successfully reach your target audience by using the marketing and advertising channels that they use and spending their time on social media, blogging sites, more traditional ads like TV and newspaper commercials or billboards. By knowing who’s going to buy from you, you’ll be able to better choose where to advertise or promote yourself so that those people will find out about what you sell.
Pick an Appropriate Legal Structure for Your Business
The first step to starting your business is selecting its legal structure. You can do this by forming a corporation, partnership or sole proprietorship – each of which comes with different sets of pros and cons like tax implications, liability protection and other benefits. Once you’ve determined the best type for your business, you’ll need to register it with your state’s Secretary of State office or a similar body.
Name Your Business
Once you have chosen a name that will serve as the foundation for your brand identity, go through everything from signage to promotional materials and make sure that it is all consistent with your company’s new identity. If possible, trademark the name in order to prevent others from using it in a way that might confuse potential customers.
Choose A Business Location
Deciding on a business location is probably one of the most important decisions you’ll make, so it’s best to take your time. Make sure that there is enough foot traffic where you plan to set up shop and that parking won’t be difficult or cost extra money. You also want to choose an area with plenty of other successful businesses nearby so that you can share resources like office supplies and printing services.
Decide Whether to Bring On Employees or Outsource Work
When starting out small, deciding whether to hire employees or bring some tasks in-house yourself can be tough, but if you’re really short on cash then outsourcing some work may be the way to go. Some things are better done internally because they’re part of the company’s core business model, but you can always farm out tasks that aren’t important enough to be worth spending money on.
Put Together a Business Plan
Finally, once you have all of your supplies and resources in place, it’s time to write up a business plan for your new enterprise. This document will outline exactly how you plan to start and run a successful company including things like the services or goods that it will provide, who its target market is and how much money it needs to take in order to hit certain milestones. You’ll want this written down so that there are no misunderstandings about what you’re trying to accomplish with your venture.
What is a good Case Study?
- Presents an interesting subject matter (entrepreneurial spirit; overcoming adversity; etc.) but most importantly there are many lessons to be learned from the case.
- Gives enough background on the subject for readers but leaves out enough information so readers are prompted to research more about the topic (case authors should always reference other sources in their bibliographies).
- Can stand alone; unless it’s for an entrepreneurship class, does not need to be read in conjunction with another case or business plan.
- Is written well and is logical; doesn’t contain grammar errors, typos, etc. (but keep in mind that different professors will have different criteria).
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- Need an overall idea on how to write a Business Plan/Case Study
- Need help with a specific section in a Business Plan/Case Study
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- Need someone to proofread their Business Plan or Case Study
- Need a summary of a business plan or case study that was given to them
- Need someone to tell them what parts of the plan/case study are important and why
- Need help understanding some abbreviations in a Business Plan or Case Study.
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What is included in our Business Plan Writing Services?
- Market and industry analysis
- Competitive landscape and SWOTs
- Solution and implementation plans
- Financial projections and budgeting
- Executive Summary, Company Description, Product(s) or Service(s) Description, Marketing Plan, Management Team & Advisors (if needed), Appendix (if needed).
- 100% plagiarism-free Business Plan or Case Study.
- 2 business days’ turnaround time for in-depth market analysis, competitive landscape and SWOTs (after receiving the necessary information from your end).
- All references are listed in APA, Harvard, Chicago or MLA format (whichever your professor prefers).
- An unlimited number of revision until you are 100% satisfied with the finished product.
- 24/7 availability of our Executive Writers who will happily answer any questions or concerns that you may have about how to write a Business Plan or Case Study during the entire process.
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