Are you good at business planing? According to Investopedia, A business plan is a written document that describes in detail how a business—usually a new one—is going to achieve its goals. In it, a business plan lays out a written plan from a marketing, financial and operational viewpoint. Although they’re especially useful for new companies, every company should have a business plan. Sometimes, a business plan is prepared for an established business that is moving in a new direction. Thus, today, we present four templates from HubSpot related to building a business plan.
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Building a Business Plan — Four Templates from HubSpot
Often, templates help us in our business planning. They provide easy-to-use and highly visual guides. As well as a structured approach, rather than a disjointed one.
As HubSpot notes: “Whether you’re pitching a potential co-founder, investors, future employees, or accelerators, these business plan templates will help you define your mission and sell your vision.”
It offers four straight-forward business planning templates:
- Executive summary
- One-page business plan
- Simple business plan
- Startup business plan.
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