Whether you're planning to open a shop that makes the best coffee around or you want to sell eco-friendly office supplies, you'll need to explain why your business is necessary and how it'll differ from its competitors. That's where your business plan comes in. It provides investors, lenders and potential partners with an understanding of your company's structure and its goals. If you're trying to create one, check out 10 key components of a business plan.
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The following business plan for the fictional firm of "Acme Management Technology" AMT is an example of what a completed business plan might look like. This example is provided as part of the instructions and detailed descriptions included in the Components of a Business Plan. This business plan leads the way by renewing our vision and strategic focus of adding value to our target market segments—the small business and high-end home office users in our local market. It also provides a step-by-step plan for improving our sales, gross margin, and profitability. AMT is built on the assumption that the management of information technology for business is like legal advice, accounting, graphic arts, and other bodies of knowledge, in that it is not inherently a do-it-yourself prospect. Smart business people who aren't computer hobbyists need to find quality vendors of reliable hardware, software, service, and support and they need to use these quality vendors as they use their other professional service suppliers—as trusted allies.
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Which of the five generic competitive strategies discussed in Chapter 5 most closely fit the competitive approach that Panera Bread is taking? What type of competitive advantage is Panera Bread trying to achieve? Disclaimer: This work has been submitted by a student.
Why write a business plan? Simple: The business plan is the blueprint for your business. If you wanted to build a house, you wouldn't walk over to an empty lot and just start nailing boards together. Starting a business without a business plan is just as risky. Yet, unlike a house, a business isn't static.