The business plan for high tech accelerator should describe the market opportunity to that it jumps off the page. There are all sorts of compelling ventures in high tech right now, and many others that flounder simply because of a lack of space, a lack of funding, or a lack of expert leadership during the critical growth phase that occurs early in a business' lifecycle. A high tech accelerator can remedy all of these issues, but only if it is carefully run and knows how to attract the right sort of talent. What types of ideas do you believe your business center can help catalyze? The plan for an accelerator should cover all of the following points:
• Who are your target users (i.e., what is the market segmentation)?
• What will be the average time for an accelerated business to break-even?
• What sort of support will you offer to resident businesses?
• Will you specialize in a certain aspect of the high tech field?
• What does your own company's management team look like? Any gaps?
There needs to be a complete financial model here as well, because investors in the business plan for high tech accelerator will insist on knowing what their stake would be in the venture and how quickly the can capture the ROI you envision. You should have a five-year forecast of revenues from these businesses and the corresponding expenses for each year. As assumptions table is important in this business plan, as is a tidy assessment of what will happen to the accelerator if an inordinate percentage of businesses fail to "make it" (this can be accomplished in a good sensitivity analysis as part of the model). Want to outsource this business plan to the experts? Call the MasterPlans business plan development experts today at 877-453-2011 and learn what we can do for your accelerator.
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