Pitch Then Plan
Our intention is to keep you competitive and current in today's challenging business world. Many of our resources are available 24/7 for you to succeed. The business planning tool will help to prepare your business for a bright future.
Pitch Then Plan
The "PitchThenPlan™" tool can be used by start-up businesses as well as existing businesses to develop or perfect a written business plan.
The three-part "PitchThenPlan™" tool will allow the entrepreneur to first develop a ten slide pitch for your business. In this section ten basic topics will be covered, among them: The Idea, The Business Model, and The Customer.
Next, you will be guided to expand your pitch into a business plan. In the planning section more topics are covered, such as: Marketing Schedule, The Location and Legal Structure.
And last you will develop the numbers for the business plan. We provide an Excel template that will assist you in developing the financial section of your financial plan.
(Note: you will be redirected to another website and will need to create an account with Pitch Then Plan
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