How might your business “pivot” ideas play-out over the next few months or years? See how these 2 financial models can help you make better decisions. Come to this Live Webinar Thursday Oct 29 – 3:00 EDT / 2:00 CDT / Noon PDT
Some say that investors don’t read business plans. Why is it that the “Sharks” often do? Because when you have written a business plan you can answer their questions, your team is on the same page, and your project has more credibility. It’s well worth doing — for all stages of business growth — especially when there are millions at stake. Read on…
Here’s a common sense approach for presenting your business concept to investors or lenders. It’s a different take on the typical jargon-laden or academic explanation.
VIDEO – What investors and lenders look for in your business plan! In this brief video, Business Power Tools founder and BizPlanBuilder business plan software template creator Burke Franklin coaches on writing a business plan — What to think about as you edit the “Opportunity” section of your business plan and what investors and lenders (crowdfund, angel, venture capital, SBA) look for as they consider funding your start up or growing company.
VIDEO – What to think about as you edit the “Management Team” section of your business plan and what investors and lenders (crowdfund, angel, venture capital, SBA) look for as they consider funding your start up or growing company.