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How to Sell Your Idea - Components of a Great Business Plan

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businessplan.jpgA business plan serves many purposes, but the main one is to clearly and concisely capture the limited attention of a potential investor. In order to do this, a business plan must be thoroughly written, even more thoroughly thought out, and contain certain types of information, such as an Executive Summary, an identification and description of target markets and customers, and financial projects, to name a few. Depending upon the type of business you are proposing, some of the following categories may be more important than others, and some entirely irrelevant. Either way, presenting potential investors with a well thought out roadmap of your business’ operations and strategy will go a very long way towards your goal -- a financed business!

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