Monday, October 5, 2009

Health plans and services for your Business Needs

There are principally two purposes for which business plan are written. The first has an outside objective-to obtain funding. The second serves an inside purpose-to provide a plan for early corporate development: to guide an organization toward meeting its objectives, to keep the entrepreneurial business itself and all its decision makers headed in a predetermined direction.

The business health plans captures the strategic operational and financial aims of the business. A good business plan will contain an initial executive summary, summarizing the detail of the Small business proposal, a written overview of the business' mission, its product or service, management team, financial forecasts.


A business plan for Small needs includes a sales forecast, cash flow forecast and a projected profit and loss account for three years. Larger businesses should also draw up a projected balance sheet. The figures used must be reasonable - avoid being over optimistic.
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