1. Every MSMEs needs a business planner. Even drafting one is hard. We understand!
It’s one thing to start a business and keep plans live. To write a business plan for one is a whole different thing. Especially one that will help you get funding or grow your liveplan business in a healthy way.
You know it’s important to have a plan. You already know you should do it. But you also know that whenever you sit down to work on it, you feel like your vision, plans, ideas, and big dreams all fell into a dark cave. You can no longer find them. It’s like they were never there to begin with.
“Entrepreneurs might not be sure that they can speak the same language as investors,”. “It can be scary to plan a business. This is a problem that many people who come to us face.”
How do you find the time to write down your ideas? To figure out what you should say? After all, you’re starting a business, and there’s a lot to do!
We take your idea and turn it into a business plan that investors, partners, and people who make decisions will like. This starts with our onboarding process, where one of our coaches or mentors talks with you about your idea and helps you set clear short-term and long-term goals and start documenting them.
Writing a business plan can be daunting. You have the vision, plans, ideas, and dreams but when you try to set it out on paper they all seem to disappear. As an entrepreneur or budding business start-up, understanding the language of investors and being able to articulate your goals is a struggle. That’s why Our mentors’ Spaceworks, can help you by taking those thoughts and turning them into an effective business plan. We begin our process by onboarding new customers, in which a coach or mentor discusses their plans and helps to clarify long and short term objectives, clear strategies and how to document them for investors, partners and other important decision makers. Writing a business shows potential investors that you have studied your product carefully and thought about all aspects of its production from marketing tactics such as SEO and offline campaigns through to financial forecasting and SWOT analysis (which focuses on the strength & weaknesses of your venture). A complete guide for entrepreneurs would focus on problem solving techniques such as brainstorming models; help with strategical planning process steps like devising a competitive analysis; equip you with templates for sales analysis & marketing research; in addition to cash flow forecast tools along with free business canvas model Word templates. There are tips concerning trademark registration procedures plus practical examples of problem solving exercises too. With this knowledge behind you progress is ensured so don’t forget that having a professionally business coach at hand will still put you ahead of thousands just like you!