If you’ve been putting off writing your business plan, you’re not alone. Writing a business plan can seem like a daunting task, and lots of entrepreneurs avoid it for this reason. But it doesn’t have to be. An easy way to start is with just one page. There’s really not a lot of difference between a “one-page business plan” a Lean Plan, and a good executive summary. The only real possible difference is the that the “one-page plan” must absolutely fit on one page in a font that most people can still read. A Lean Plan can be slightly longer but still uses summaries and bullet points, while traditional executive summary can extend to two or three pages—and it will usually use full sentences rather than bullets. In this webinar, I will guide you on how to develop a One-Page Business Plan. Participants will have access to download a template one-page business plan from Isef Business Consult.
This webinar is powered by Isef Business Consult.IBC is a global management consulting firm helping startup and existing businesses to achieve their short-term and long-term objectives by providing turnkey business planning and development services by seamlessly integrating growth and management practices and accelerating the decision making process of all organizations. Visit the company at www.isefconsult.com.