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11 step guide to create a business plan to attract investment

Corporate finance

Whilst reading Getting started in consulting by Alan Weiss, I came across the following 11 steps to go through to create a business plan that is likely to attract investment. I have listed them below:

1 – Company Particulars – Make sure to note the name of the company, the address, the type of public or proprietary company that it is (eg proprietary limited liability company), and the contact details of the company.

2 – Officers and Shareholders – Include the names, addresses and positions of each of the relevant people.

3 – Brief Description of the firm – It is important to give a brief (1-2 sentence) introduction to the company. It should describe the products or services the company offers, the type of company and the target market. An example would be “Baker and McKenzie is an international law firm for medium to large organisations and specialises in mergers and acquisitions and environmental law.” Continue reading 11 step guide to create a business plan to attract investment