Business plan covers might not be able to “make or break” your proposal, but they can help you get off on the right foot and make a good first impression, no doubt about it. So what does onto business plan covers, you wonder… typically the cover page features several elements that help brand your business and give the reader all of the necessary information about who you are, at a glance. While you might opt to omit any of this info – or include it only in the body of the business plan, or on “Page 2” – the following items are generally included on the cover page:
• Company name (logo)
• The words “Business Plan”
• Your name
• Your email and/or phone number
• An image that suits your business, if you like
You might also consider putting on the term “five year pro forma” or “and market analysis” in conjunction with the words “business plan” on the cover, though that is completely at your discretion and would be most appropriate if your plan emphasizes the aspect you are highlighting on the cover. No matter what format or layout you use for this all-important first page, remember that content counts – you need a cogent market analysis, a good marketing plan, and a well-researched financial model in order to make your plan work as a funding document. Whether you need samples, research help, or trained writers on your side, MasterPlans can assist you. Call us now: (877) 453-2011.
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