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How to create a business plan?

 Once you've understood the importance of business planning and having done your study to gather necessary information to create one, it's now time to start writing it down. Here are the most important elements of a business plan. They will explain what you need to and shouldn't put in as well as how to use the numbers and other sources that can be used to assist you. So let's get to it.

 Executive Summary

 The title page will contain the executive summary. This summary should inform the reader about the goals you have set. This is extremely important. Many entrepreneurs leave out the most important details on page 8. It is crucial to express your needs clearly in the summary.

 Description of your business

 The description of the industry is usually the first item in a business's description. It is important to discuss both the current outlook and the potential future. Information on the market, including new products or developments, is important.

 How long do you think your plan should last?

 When I first started working on a business plan in the late 1970s I saw that the average plan was much longer than it is now. This could be because business plans are more common than they once were. They are being used more frequently and by more people. This could also be due to the trends of bankers and investors who have read business planning. Maybe they don't have the time to read through documents.

 For whatever reason, the trend in business plans of the present is to return to the fundamentals, with good projections and solid analysis. An "easy to read quickly" format is more important than ever. It is important to keep the business plan as simple as possible if you want people reading it. The business plan should not be mistaken for a doctoral dissertation or a lifetime project. Keep the format and wording easy, and keep it short.

 Do not confuse simple formats and words with basic thinking. The reason you're keeping things simple isn't that you haven't developed your idea fully. To make your point clear and concise to all people who read it, you're simplifying the message.

 Let's look at some details to help you simplify your plans.

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 Make sure your prose is clear. It's simple to write business-related writing that is effective. Your plan will be read by people who scan it and then read it on either on the phone or scroll through their emails. The prose is intended for the classic American novel that you will write later. These tips will help you in the process of creating your writing plan.

 Use simple sentences for meaning. It's fine to use short sentences as they are easier to understand.

 Avoid buzzwords, jargon and acronyms. While you may be aware that NIH stands for "not invented here" and KISS is "keep it simple stupid" This does not mean that everyone else has the same knowledge.

 Use simple, direct language like "use" rather than "utilize" and use it instead of at that moment in the present.

 Lists are a great use of bullet points. They make it easier for readers to digest the information.

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 Avoid "naked" bullet points. If necessary, provide brief explanations. Unexplained bullet points can be frustrating.