And then the $20,000 question: Who are your customers?
Your overall marketing strategy section explains how you’ll build a loyal customer base, and your sales strategy will make it clear how your products and services get sold.
Do you need help starting or growing your business?
Enter your zip code, and complete the request form. Your local SCORE chapter will pair you with the right mentor to answer your questions.
Writing a business plan is an opportunity to carefully think through every step to achieving your goals for your company.
This is your chance to discover any weaknesses that may threaten your business, identify opportunities you may not have considered, and plan how you will deal with challenges that are likely to arise.SCORE Denver's mentors will customize one-on-one confidential mentoring to meet your business needs. SCORE Denver workshops include a broad range of topics for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.SCORE works with anyone planning to start a business and to those already in business who are looking to improve their performance. Our workshops provide valuable information and techniques necessary for establishing and managing a successful business.Here’s where you describe what your business does and where you want to take it.This is a great opportunity to list your goals, projections and strategies for success.Legal plan members have access to free document reviews from local attorneys and receive deeply discounted rates on legal services for more complicated legal needs.Lawyers can access easy online marketing tools and targeted client referrals. Developing a business plan for an established business serves several purposes: It can help convince investors or lenders to finance your business, persuade a business buyer to purchase your business, or entice partners or key employees to join your company.Most importantly, it serves as a roadmap guiding the growth and continued success of your business throughout its next stages.Following that you’ll outline your financial past, present and future--how much money you’ve made already and what you’re thinking your business can bring in during the next five years.Some business plans take the “kitchen sink” approach, adding an appendix to include any extra credentials, property leases or assets. Overall, this document is going to serve two purposes.