No matter how good your business idea is, you will need a good business plan with sound financial information and a strategy to make the idea become a reality. Most start-up businesses will need funding and preparing a business plan not only allows you to see if the idea can be profitable but it also allows a bank or lender to understand your business idea and lays out clear objectives and strategies that will act as a blueprint for your success. Your Business plans should include:

  • Executive Summary - a synopsis of the key points of your entire plan
  • Introduction and Company Overview - the business opportunity, who you are, what you plan to sell or offer, why and to whom
  • Market and Competitors - define your market, your position in it and who your competitors are
  • Sales and Marketing Strategy - Why should people buy what you want to sell and how you plan to sell it to them. Describe the specific activities you intend to do to promote and sell your products and services
  • Operations - outline your premises, production facilities, information management systems and IT
  • Financial Information - how much capital you need and the security you can offer lenders. Sources of revenue and income. Your forecasts should run for the next 3 - 5 years
  • Risk analysis - Alongside your financial forecasts it is good practice to show that you have reviewed the risks your business could be faced with, and that you have looked at contingencies and insurance to cover these.

We know exactly what information is required and how it can be presented, providing you with a better chance of success when it comes to receiving funding for your business. We can also advise on the different types of lenders you may wish to consider and can offer independent commercial brokerage services through Kingston Burrowes Finance Ltd

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