you must do the prep work..
- Letâ€™s start with the name of your business
- Write a very brief statement that tells what kind of business you are in.
- Create a â€œStatement of Purposeâ€ for your business. Some people call this
section a â€œMission Statement.â€ Think of it as an explanation of what your
business is, what it does, and any features or assets that make your business
special or unique (i.e., stand out from the crowd).
- List the services that your business will provide.
- Develop a list of potential clients who might be willing to pay for a Web site.
You may wish to serve a variety of markets or you may want to target a particular
- Define your business goals clearly. This is often one of the most difficult
sections of the plan to determine.
- List your coordinates.
- Describe the legal construction of your business. It can be a sole
proprietorship, partnership, or a corporation. It may also have special features
depending on local requirements and regulationsâ€¦
- Define who is running your business and their position in the company.
The format of this section may change depending on the legal constructionâ€¦
You have gained a basic understanding of the three kinds of business structures
and, hopefully, you have decided which is best for you. (If you are still not quite
sure, call your local small business support organization and discuss different
scenarios with them.)
You also have a workable outline for your business plan -- a plan that you spent
time reflecting upon and discussing objectively with a friend or two.
So now itâ€™s a matter of following your plan!
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