| Posted 05/03/10 at 08:59 PM||Reply with quote #1 |
| I am in the process of starting my own inventory business. If anyone has an example of a business plan that they could send me I would be greatly appreciative. Even if it is just very generic so that I can get a good idea of what I am looking at. This is my first experience in being in business for myself. I have been driving police cars for the past 17 years and I am looking for a change of career hopefully. |
Thanks in advance for all responses.
| Posted 05/03/10 at 10:26 PM||Reply with quote #2 |
An easy place to look this up will be startupnation .com. That is where I started.
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| Posted 05/04/10 at 09:32 PM||Reply with quote #3 |
Thanks so much. Hope ur having success on ur end
| Posted 05/07/11 at 12:34 PM||Reply with quote #4 |
| Posted 05/07/11 at 02:04 PM||Reply with quote #5 |
|SBA is a great helpful sight for any start up business|
| Posted 05/07/11 at 07:46 PM||Reply with quote #6 |
I went through the local SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives) chapter. This is a fabulous resource. They have a course called First Step Fastrack where they walk you through every aspect of starting a business. Topics include writing a business plan, advertising and marketing, legal aspects and getting financing. The course costs about $250 and is worth thousands. Best thing I could have done prior to starting my business.
| Posted 05/28/11 at 12:32 AM||Reply with quote #7 |
|Yes it is fact that Home inventory businesses are relatively new services that help home owners and other property dwellers inventory and organize their properties. You should provide the following in your home inventory business plan: • An executive summary • Market data • Competitor info • Management summary Each of these particular sections will provide an investor or lender more details about not only your concept, but your industry, your competitors, and your target market. |
| Posted 05/28/11 at 09:23 AM||Reply with quote #8 |
|I was able to get a large SBA loan from the business plan I wrote. It took a bit to write it, but had written them in the past. The fast track program is also a GREAT learning experience and makes you re think a lot of your information. No, I have not taken that class, but know all about it. Having a financial background I think helped due to I was able to make tons of financial type statements and information. BUT, if your not going for money, the business plan helps you know what direction you need to take for your particular business. It helps you think about every aspect of it. Your business plan will change over and over, over the years as well. Actually, it should never really be completely finished. There is always a way to make things better. |
| Posted 10/11/11 at 09:13 PM||Reply with quote #9 |
|A business plan is simply a resume for your proposed business. Its primary importance is that your business plan becomes your calling card. Anytime you are going in to talk to a property manager about leasing space for your business, or you are meeting with a potential lender or investor, your business plan will announce/outline who you are and what your purpose is. |
| Posted 12/09/11 at 07:08 AM||Reply with quote #10 |
|You can take some expert advice before investing money in your business.|
| Posted 03/28/12 at 06:30 AM||Reply with quote #11 |
|Hello, from London|
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