TAX FIRST CONSULTANTS CAN HELP YOU CREATE A BUSINESS PLAN THAT STANDS OUT FROM THE CROWD

TAX FIRST CONSULTANTS CAN HELP YOU CREATE A BUSINESS PLAN THAT STANDS OUT FROM THE CROWD

HELPING NEW BUSINESSES IN ASHFORD, KENT

A well-written business plan can help you secure important investments to get your company off the ground. However, if you've never written a business plan before, it can be hard to know where to begin, particularly if you're more suited to practical skills than written communication. This is where Tax First Consultants can help.

We'll talk through your business ideas with you, look at key areas, explain where more detail is needed, and then create a comprehensive business plan for you. Before the plan is finalized, we can look through it together to make sure it captures everything you are trying to get across and that nothing has been missed.

We've helped numerous businesses in the Ashford area get started over the years and would love to work with you too.

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COMPLETE BUSINESS PLAN CREATION SERVICES

 

WHAT IS A BUSINESS PLAN?

Writing a business plan is one of the most important tasks when starting up a new business. It is a way of collating ideas, setting targets, planning for the future of the enterprise and confirming that the business idea is realistic and workable. The business plan is also an essential tool for attracting funding to get started. It is a dynamic document that should be reviewed regularly to help with monitoring and measuring the performance of a business.

The plan should be easy to read, comprehensive yet concise, and without any contradiction. For example, figures included in the plan for expenditure on equipment must match those that appear in the plan's financial forecasts. All too often they do not match, so the business plan loses credibility.

The plan needs to be realistic and convince investors that the business can be successful. This means they will want to see evidence to back up any claims that are made (for example, the market research results that led to the projected sales forecasts). The plan will also need to show that (at least in the medium term) the business will be able to support its owners and any borrowing requirements they may have.

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WHAT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN YOUR BUSINESS PLAN?

  • Table of contents
  • Executive summary
  • Aims, objectives and visions
  • Business description and purpose
  • Legal structure and licences
  • Management processes
  • Marketing strategy
  • Marketing plan, sales targets and objectives
  • Training needs and business risks
  • SWOT analysis and PEST analysis

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