Writing a Winning Business Plan
- Thursday, June 21, 2018 10:30 AM - 1:00 PM
- Off Campus
The presenters will introduce you to the essential elements for preparing a plan for business success. This workshop will provide general and individual guidance for preparing a business plan utilizing essential elements. Your presenter will identify content and format for a business plan--including sources of information to aid in the development of your business plan. You should understand that a business plan is a valuable internal tool, even when not required for the benefit of investors or loan officers. A business plan may force you to think about your idea in new ways and to question the validity of your product/service target markets. It can serve as a guide or benchmark to allow you to track your progress and to stay committed to your long-term goals. If you have partners, it can help avoid misunderstandings. It will help you to better describe and to speak more concisely about your company. All these elements of a business plan can contribute to successful implementation of your business idea.
Speakers: Doug Keenan and Phil Storin
Doug is a SCORE volunteer and mentor who worked as an engineer within the semiconductor wafer process industry. His experience focused on improving operations and employing analytical and data driven strategies to achieve results.
Phil is a SCORE volunteer and mentor who worked in various accounting and financial roles over a 40-year career and held positions including corporate controller and chief financial officer for both publicly traded and privately held companies.
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