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Business Plan

Here is how we can help your business!

Business Plan

A business plan is a very important strategic tool for entrepreneurs. A good business plan not only helps entrepreneurs to focus on the specific steps necessary for their to make business ideas succeed, but it also helps them to achieve both their short-term and long-term objectives.

To raise money for your business

Potential investors or lenders want a written business plan before they give you money. A mere description of your business concept is not enough. Instead, ensure you have a thorough business and financial plan that demonstrates the likelihood of success and how much you will need for your business to take off.

To make sound decisions

As an entrepreneur, having a business plan helps you to define and focus on your business ideas and business strategies. You not only concentrate on financial matters, but also on management issues, human resource planning, technology and creating value for your customer.

To help you identify potential weaknesses

Having a business plan helps you to identify potential pitfalls in your idea. You can also share the plan with others who can give you their opinions and advice. Identify experts and professionals who are at a position to give you invaluable advice, and share your plan with them.

To communicate your ideas with stakeholders

We determine and clarify strategic and operational problems through strategic consultation. We present findings and recommendations to clients and manage projects and programs.

Choose Your Plan

Packages

Our business plans guide owners, management and investors as businesses start up and grow through stages of success. A business owner or prospective business owner writes a business plan to clarify each aspect of his business, describing the objectives that will anticipate and prepare for growth. Savvy business owners write a business plan to guide management and to promote investment capital.

  • Start-Up Business Plans

    • Detailed steps to start the new enterprise. This document typically includes sections describing the company, the product or service your business will supply, market evaluations and your projected management team. We also include financial analysis with spreadsheets describing financial areas including, but not limited to, income, profit and cash flow projections.
    • R2 350

  • Internal Business Plans

    • Internal business plans target a specific audience within the business, for example, the marketing team who need to evaluate a proposed project. In this document, we describe the company’s current state, including operational costs and profitability, then calculate if and how the business will repay any capital needed for the project. Internal plans provide information about project marketing, hiring and tech costs. They also typically include a market analysis illustrating target demographics, market size and the market’s positive effect on the company income.
    • R3 750

  • Strategic Business Plans

    • In this business plan, we provide a high-level view of a company’s goals and how it will achieve them, laying out a foundational plan for the entire company. While the structure of a strategic plan differs from company to company, most include five elements: business vision, mission statement, definition of critical success factors, strategies for achieving objectives and an implementation schedule. A strategic business plan brings all levels of the business into the big picture, inspiring employees to work together to create a successful culmination to the company’s goals.
    • R5 550