Business Plan Evaluation Guidelines

Ten Things You Must Know Before Presenting Your Business Plan to a Potential Investor
By: Jean Duane

Excerpt: "Before writing a business plan, it is important to know how a potential investor evaluates the plan. The following Guidelines provide the entrepreneur with a tool to use while writing their plan. It helps the entrepreneur write the plan with their audience in mind by providing a set of questions address in the plan. The Guidelines encourage originality rather than starting just another "me too" business. This article will provide basic assessment Guidelines to be used to evaluate business plans."

Proving the Premise

What you should know before starting to write your business plan
By: Jean Duane

Excerpt: "So many people start with a business idea, but fail to prove their premise in their business plan. This article will present business concepts and then discuss the premise that must be proven in the plan. It will suggest resources in the library for the entrepreneur to use to support their plan, as well as some unusual research approaches. After reading the article, if you are considering starting a business, you’ll have a good idea of what your plan needs to prove before or submit it to a potential investor, or launch it yourself."

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