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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.

There are two types of needs for a business plan:
  • For personal use – to assess the idea of your potential business or entering new markets.
    If you are trying to turn your business idea into a reality or trying to take your existing business to the next level, you should develop a sophisticated and thoroughly researched business plan. So much of early business success depends on writing a business plan. Entrepreneurs can outsource the developing and writing of their business plans to our team of dedicated professionals.
  • On enquiry of free zones or banks – some free zones and banks will ask for a detailed business plan in order to approve the company formation or a bank loan.
    In case a Business Plan is required, we can assist you to draft it. Our services also include a detailed financial check list (CAPEX, OPEX, EBIT) and elaboration of your P&L.

We also provide elaborating of your existing business plan to meet requirements of different institutions and even government funds. Our business plan consulting services are a great option for business owners who just need validation of an existing plan, rather than our full business plan development and writing service.

This service is one-time, costs less, and after receiving your document we will analyze all aspects of your plan. By elaborating a little further in some areas or showing investors how you are solving a problem, you can significantly increase your chances of receiving startup or expansion funding.

In addition, we’ll check for any other changes that may be needed or certain important sections you may have missed altogether. We will deliver a formal analysis of your document, complete with our recommendations, edits, and conduct a follow-up with you as necessary to make sure everything is clear.

When bankers, investors, or even existing partners finish reading your business plan, they should have a crystal-clear idea about exactly how your business will successfully compete in the marketplace.