Business Plan for Banks
Lenders what to know why your business ideas are good and what will make your business successful.
Bankers want to see that you have a very clear and thorough understanding of your business, and that you are confident and enthusiastic.
Obviously bankers want their loans to be paid back, so they want detailed financial statements and projections demonstrating that your business will generate solid revenues.
Banks want to see the research you've done on your market niche and competitors to convince them that you can compete and succeed.
Bankers want a clear and detailed explanation of all aspects of your business right there at their fingertips.
Business Plan for Grants
There are some government grants available for small business start-ups or industry specific expansions. There are also specialized grants for Aboriginal businesses, remote/northern businesses or for people with disabilities. Attaching a professional business plan to your application demonstrates your ability to run a well-planned and financially sound business.
Grantors want to understand your business and how it fits in with the goals of the grant program.
Grantors want to see that you have a very clear and thorough understanding of your business, and that you are confident and enthusiastic.
Grantors want detailed financial statements and projections demonstrating that your business concept is sound and your business can succeed.
Grantors want to see the research you've done on your market niche and competitors to convince them that you can compete and succeed.
Grantors want a package that's well organized, easy to read and simple to navigate. A professional, well organized plan makes you look professional and well organized.
Business Plan for Investors
Even if your investors will be angel investors or venture capitalists, family members or friends, they need to know how you will make money for them and what risks are involved. If you're looking for investors through an Initial Public Offering the securities commissions want to see a business plan. This is not the same thing as a prospectus. Private Offerings also require business plans.
Investors want to make money. They want detailed financial statements and projections demonstrating that your business concept is sound and your business can succeed.
Investors want to be convinced that you can compete and succeed. They want to see that you've researched your market niche and competitors thoroughly.
Investors want to see that you have a very clear and thorough understanding of your business, and that you are confident and enthusiastic.
Business Plan for Immigration
The Canada Business Immigration Program is intended to help investors, business owners or self-employed people to enter Canada. Business class immigrants are expected to strengthen the economy. A professional business plan will strengthen your application by demonstrating your knowledge of business in Canada, and the benefits you will bring to the economy and culture of Canada.
Immigration officials want you to demonstrate that you have a very clear understanding of how your business will operate and succeed in Canada.
Immigration officials want a clear explanation of your business, which provides details on all aspects of the business, and is easy to navigate.
Detailed financial statements and projections will demonstrate that your business concept is sound and your business can succeed.
Immigration officials want to see that you have thoroughly researched the area you wish to move to, your market niche and your competitors.
Business Plan for Special Projects
You may have a large and complex business project with extensive financial considerations-it may be a new business or a business expansion. We will build a specialized plan that meets your specific needs. If your project is especially large or complex, call us to discuss the specialized services you require and to review the costs for a personalized plan.
You need to demonstrate why your business (or business expansion) is needed, why it will be successful and how you will to meet your long range goals.
You need an analysis of the industry, and trends that will impact your business, as well as a review of competitors and the market for your products or services.
You need to discuss the strategies you will use to market your business, and review the regulations and risks related to the business.
You need to demonstrate that you know exactly how much it will cost to start up and run your business/expansion. You need detailed information on every aspect of your business costs and your projected revenues over the term covered by the plan.
You need a a professional document that clearly demonstrates your knowledge, skills and abilities and backs up that information with detailed financial statements and research references.