How to write a business plan
Writing a business plan is not difficult if you know how to start and what needs to be in there. You can use a template, but still, you can have a tough time. For example, by writing too much about details, or skipping the essential parts that need to be in your business plan. Business plan writers and consultants at CallTheONE can tell you all about the do’s and don’ts of writing a business plan that fits the need of your target audience.
Business plan writers and consultants can help you with the following information:
- What format suits your business
- What outline should be included in your business plan
- What is the best software you can use to write a business plan
- How can you begin to write and what are the most critical aspects of your business plan
- And probably they can recommend you perfect business plan examples
Business plan writers and consultants can also remote advise you about the plan you have already written. Or you can ask them to write your plan from scratch.
The best tip to start writing a business plan
The best tip to start writing a business plan is starting with THE BIG WHY.
Every business deserves a different approach when you start writing a business plan. But some aspects are fundamental and for every company the same.
Start with THE BIG WHY. You need to know and need to start by writing down THE BIG WHY. If you have difficulties with writing it down, remote business plan writers and consultants at TheONE can instantly ask you the right question. They can help you formulate your BIG WHY. You can also ask the help of a Startup Business Coach
What is THE BIG WHY?
*THE BIG WHY is why your company is needed for society. We don’t mean why your product or service is better! We say why your company is needed in our society. Questions you can ask yourself when starting your business plan are:
- What makes it that makes your company unique?
- Why does nobody do it the way your (new) company does or will do?
- How does society benefit from you having a company, and why is this beneficial?
- What is the difference you make that is the difference that really makes a difference?
The second most crucial aspect of a Business Plan is your Vision!
If you know what your BIG WHY is, the second most crucial aspect is your vision about the world in 5 to 15 years from now. Business plan writers and consultants can help you to formulate your vision.
People say that the real visionaries can see beyond the horizon, and that is your second task when starting to write a business plan. The business plan writers and consultants of CallTheONE can help you by asking questions about your vision.
Questions they could ask are:
- How does the world look like in 10 years when you think about your service or product?
- What will be the shopping or purchase behavior of your kind of customers in 10 years?
- How will the competition behave in 10 years?
Become a Profit or a Meaningful Profit Enterprise
Based on your vision, you can decide if you want to become a traditional Profit Enterprise or if a Meaningful Profit Business Model is better for your business.
You don’t need to have a detailed view of it, but for creating a vision, it is beneficial to ask many of these kinds of questions. Because after that you can ask yourself the final question:
What is the dream I have about the world, and why is my (future) company needed to contribute to this world?
Once you wrote this down by yourself or with the help of ONE of the Business Coaches at CallTheONE, you can make your next steps and potentially create the Best Business Plan ever!
Co-create your business plan with the help of business plan writers and consultants
Due to the screen share functionality during a video call, you can co-create your business plan with the help of remote business plan writers and consultants. You pay per minute for as long as the call lasts. That efficient and affordable because you only ask support for the part you need help for.
Co-creating is also more effective as business plan writers and consultants need input from you as an entrepreneur. During the co-creation, it's easier to share your knowledge due to the instant questions they can ask.