Looking for a strong FBLA business plan? The sort of business plan you will need for the agenda laid out by the Future Business Leaders of America depends on whether it's a submission to the FBLA or a plan for your own business that you want to have meet the general guidelines they have set out. In either event, you will want to make a business plan that makes it clear that you know your market potential, the products and services you can deliver, and the marketing strategy you will follow to get attention from consumers. Your business plan should answer these questions:
• Who is your target customer and what are they seeking?
• What amount of capital are you seeking?
• How will you spend the seed money you get?
• What sort of sales do you expect within three years?
• What are the expansion opportunities you envision?
The business plan will need to have a complete pro forma financial model whether it is an FBLA submission or simply a roadmap or funding plan. In order to get recognized at a bank or investment office you need a three to five year pro forma illustrating revenues, start-up funding, break-even point, cash flow, profit and loss, balance sheet, and sensitivity analysis. The plan should also show an implementation plan and a management summary with hiring tome lines and gaps laid out. MasterPlans can write this entire plan for you -- call today by dialing toll-free 877-453-2011.
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