Writing a Business Plan

A Practical Guide
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 14. Juli 2017
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  • 134 Seiten
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978-1-315-46580-7 (ISBN)

Resourcing new ventures is-all important for entrepreneurs, and creating a successful business plan can be make or break when it comes to attracting investment. Written by an experienced academic and consultant, this book provides a concise guide for producing the optimal business plan.

Business plans are vital when it comes to making strategic decisions and monitoring progress. Writing a Business Plan is designed to teach you how to write your business plan without relying on someone else or internet templates. It will take you through each stage of business-plan writing, with chapters on generating ideas; describing business opportunities; drawing a business road map; and considering marketing, financial, operations, HR, legal and risk. The book includes a range of features to assist you, including worked-through examples.

This unique book provides a one-stop shop for entrepreneurs and students of entrepreneurship to hone their skills in writing a useful and comprehensive business plan.

  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
2 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, 2 schwarz-weiße Zeichnungen, 22 schwarz-weiße Tabellen
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978-1-315-46580-7 (9781315465807)
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Ignatius Ekanem is Senior Lecturer in Business Management at Middlesex University Business School, London. Dr Ekanem specialises in economic regeneration and small-business research, with particular focus on the financial management practices of small and medium-sized businesses.

    1. Introduction to this book

      2. The contents of a business plan

        3. Introduction to the business plan

          4. Idea generation

            5. Business strategy

              6.Market research and marketing

                7. Financing the business

                  8. Operations management

                    9. HR-related tasks and legal compliance

                      10. Risk analysis, growth and exit planning

                        11. Conclusion


                              1. Example of finding a gap in the market: Tony Stone and Stoats Porridge Bars

                                2. Example of turning a hobby into a business: Lawton Dancewear

                                  3. Business plan template

                                    4. Sample business plan (1) - WorldFood Enterprises

                                      5. Sample business plan (2) - Suzan Joseph Associates Ltd

                                        6. An example of mission statement

                                          7. An example of vision statement

                                            "This book provides an interesting yet detailed insight about writing business plans. It utilises practical examples to explain the processes involved in writing a business plan: Recommended for undergraduate and postgraduate students, academics and practitioners." - Dr Ellis Osabutey, Senior Lecturer, Business School, Middlesex University London, UK

                                            "A must have book for aspiring entrepreneurs, practioners, academicians and students alike - engaging, easy to follow and complex concepts have been explained in plain and simple English!" - Dr Lakshmi Narasimhan Vedanthachari, Senior Lecturer (Professional Practice), Middlesex University Business School.

                                            "This book is practical and concise; and provides useful tips on writing a business plan. The book is suitable for students on business courses and also for budding entrepreneurs seeking finance. " - Dr Christopher J Moon FRSA FHEA, Senior Lecturer and multiple award winning eco and social entrepreneur

                                            "This book offers a well needed and necessary step-by-step practical guide on effective business planning" - Dr Louise Boulter, Senior Lecturer, Business School, Middlesex University London, UK

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