Planning is essential to creating a competitive advantage for your small business, and properly done, it can actually be fun. That is the message of this thorough guide, written in easy-to-follow, nontechnical language that you donat need an MBA to understand. In what areas will your business specialize? What are some of the resources you will need, and challenges you will face? How much do you want your company to grow? Once you have established a vision of your businessas future, you will be on your way to making it a reality. Topics covered include: Creating a business model Identifying and beating the competition Calculating expenses Determining whether you need additional capital Avoiding common mistakes Writing your executive summary Developing a marketing strategy Evaluating your team Analyzing your progress And more! Whatever your background and whatever kind of business you dream of starting, this latest installment in our popular Pocket Small Business Owneras Guide will help you to achieve your goals!... classes ofproducts or services rather than getting thebusiness owner bogged down in minute projections for every single one. A clothing store could forecast a mena#39;s shoesa sales rather than amena#39;s mid price casual shoes sold on Tuesdays.a anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Pocket Small Business Owner's Guide to Business Plans|
|Author||:||Brian Hill, Dee Power|
|Publisher||:||Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. - 2013-12-13|