Developing a Business Plan

When you are starting a new business, changing business direction or bringing a new product or service to market, you need to gain buy-in – and investment in time, people or money. By focusing on this outcome, Developing a Business Plan will quickly enable you to write a persuasive, factual business plan – so you can get on with actually developing your business.

In some 40 pages, Paul Davies distills more than twenty years of experience – focusing not on producing the most complete and beautiful business plan but on creating the business plan that will get you the end result you need.

You can read the book in an hour and then work with it to produce the business plan you need, focusing on the real issue of producing a convincing case for why your business will succeed.

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