Executive Summary : Now that you have written the hard part of your business plan, it's time to write the fun part, the executive summary. As mentioned in the beginning of this white paper, this is the most important piece of the business plan because it illustrates the very essence of your business in a captivating and condensed form. If you ever share your business plan with a potential investor or potential buyer, the executive summary may be the only thing that is read.
Feasibility study: Before you decide to start a business or add something new to an existing business, you should perform an analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT analysis), as well as its financial feasibility, then asses its potential sales volume.
Goal: To increase revenues by 50% by the end of the year.
What do I want to accomplish? : What do I have to work with? ; How have I done in the past? ; What might I do in the future? ; What will I do now? ; How will I do it? ; Is it working?
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