Business Plan Writing Lab Series – Financial Projection
Business Plan Writing Lab Series
o April 13th: 4-5 pm – General Business Plan, Research, & Executive Summary Inputs, Questions, and Analysis
o April 20th: 4-5 pm – Understanding the Product/Service, Industry Overview, & Operational Plan
o April 27th: 4-5 pm – Using Your Competitive Advantage to Strengthen Your Marketing Strategy
o May 4th: 4-5 pm – Financial Projection
Before seeking an outside loan or other types of funding, a strategy is needed. A business plan shows potential lenders where your business is going and how additional funds will help you get there.
These writing labs offer a virtual small group setting led by a business consultant with each session being 60 minutes in length. Our goal is to equip our participants with the tools needed to successfully complete their own business plan.
Business Plan Writing Labs include the following:
• An easy to use business plan template
• A breakdown of each business plan section
• Q & A discussing any questions from participants regarding their business plan
• How to prepare a financial projection
• Peer to Peer discussions
• Review and advice on current business plans
These writing labs are designed to complement the NorCal Dream Fund Business Start-Up Series, designed TO EQUIP PARTICIPANTS WITH TOOLS AND RESOURCES TO UNDERSTAND AND SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE A BUSINESS PLAN and financial projection
WE DO NOT WRITE THE BUSINESS PLANS or prepare the financial projection FOR OUR PARTICIPANTS.
Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Contact Sacramento Valley SBDC at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 655-2100
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