How to Write a Business Plan for Nonprofits | Online
The business plan is the blueprint for your business. You wouldn't walk over to an empty lot and just start nailing boards together if you wanted to build a house. Starting a business without a business plan is unwise to say the least. Writing a business plan is the best way to test whether or not an idea for starting a business is feasible, other than going out and doing it. In this sense, the business plan is your safety net; writing a business plan can save you a great deal of time and money if working through the business plan reveals that your business idea is untenable. Often, an idea for starting a business is discarded at the marketing analysis or competitive analysis stage, freeing you to move on to a new (and better) idea. Join with us for this informative seminar. Contents for the seminar will include…
• An overview of the industry sector that your business will be a part of
• An examination of the primary target market for your product or service
• An investigation of your direct and indirect competitors
• A detailed explanation of your sales strategy, pricing plan, proposed advertising and promotion activities, and product or service's benefits.
• An outline of your business's legal structure.
• A description of your business's physical location, facilities and equipment, kinds of employees needed.
Speaker: Sam Gore
NOTE: Immediately after registration, users should receive a confirmation email from firstname.lastname@example.org containing instructions related to registering for and/or joining the webinar. Additionally, registrants should receive an automated reminder and link via email from the SBC and/or the webinar platform (e.g. Zoom, WebEx, GoToWebinar, etc.) approximately 1-2 hours before the event begins.
Fee: No Cost