Never underestimate the importance of good planning. You may not need to do an extremely detailed business plan, but it is important you do enough planning to be sure you have considered all the steps you'll need to take. Planning can help you avoid problems and help you to develop a process for putting your business together. This section of the site offers some ideas on how to plan and what things to consider while developing your business.The Small Business Administration provides basic information on starting your business plan. Follow the links on this page for more detailed information on writing a business plan.
Myownbusiness.org is a not-for-profit organization, which provides a free online course on starting a successful business. This course section describes the business plan, outlines “dos and don’ts,” and also provides free business plan templates. http://www.myownbusiness.org/s2/#topten
They also provide a free online course in business development. The following link will take you to their course offering.
Do you want to see a sample business plan? Check out this link!
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