Executive Summary The Executive Summary of a Business Plan is a onepage distillation of your entire plan, and often is the last section to be written. include what the plan will be used for (i.
e.operating and policy guide, loan proposal). If the plan is to be used as a loan proposal the statement purpose should include responses to the following: 1) Who is requesting the loan. 2) Type of business (i. e.sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation).
3) How much is being requested. Alison Lobb Huron Small Business Enterprise Centre Basic Components of a Business Plan 1. Executive Summary your opportunity A business plan can take many forms depending on your business type. It describes products and many other details, but most plans will include these components.
Essential Components of a Business Plan ElementsComponents of a Business Plan There are no substitutes for a wellprepared business plan, and there are no short cuts to creating one. Each business plan is unique and must be tailor made because each business is unique. A detailed business plan gives the lender an understanding of the business and shows that you have thought through the components of the business: what it is about and where it is going.
A business plan should include the following topics and be given to the lender when applying for business financing of any kind: Writing a business plan is a big task, and no two business plans are alike. But most effective plans include the following major elements. As you write your business plan, come back to this list of key components to make sure your plan Feb 21, 2013 Although the exact structure of business plans vary, my personal requirements for plans that I create and plans that I review for potential investments include the following 10 components: