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How to Create a Business Plan

Learn how to create a complete business plan in 12 easy steps.

How to Create a Business Plan

Learn how to create a complete business plan in 12 easy steps.
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This lesson provides a brief introduction to the course and will help you understand how the course is structured.
Lesson 2 teaches students how to use the content of the course and put learnings into actions. It will provide you a pragmatic approach to actually getting your business plan done, once you've completed this training course.
This lesson will help you describe both your planned business and the market that you'll operate in. You'll learn how to introduce your business model, your products and services, and the market entry and growth strategy. Part 1 focuses on your business model, products, and services.
This lesson will help you describe both your planned business and the market that you'll operate in. You'll learn how to introduce your business model, your products and services, and the market entry and growth strategy. Part 2 focuses on your entry into the market.
This lesson will help you describe both your planned business and the market that you'll operate in. You'll learn how to introduce your business model, your products and services, and the market entry and growth strategy. Part 3 focuses on your company's growth strategy.
This lesson will introduce you to the importance of market research and analysis and will also teach you about primary and secondary research and the difference between the two.
This lesson will continue the theme of market research and analysis and here you'll learn how to apply this to customers and other stakeholders, your market size, trends and share, and your competitors.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to describe your business will be making money. You'll also cover some key indicators such as gross and operating profits.
This lesson will continue teaching you how to describe the economics of the business. This module will cover fixed and variable costs, months to break-even, and months to positive cash flow.
Lesson 10 helps you describe your marketing strategy covering off the key points of Product, Price, Promotion, Place, Packaging, Positioning, and People.
Lesson 11 helps to begin thinking about how you'll develop your products and services over time to meet the changing market and changing needs of your customers.
This lesson will help you to describe the proposed structure of your organization, which roles it'll entail, and who will be filling those roles.
This lesson will help you to identify and manage any risks within your planned business, specifically those arising from any assumptions (financial or otherwise) of the business plan.
This lesson will build on the work you completed earlier in the course - the economics of the business. Here you'll learn how to construct a more detailed profit and loss statement (income statement).
This lesson will build on the work you completed earlier in the course - the economics of the business. Here you'll learn how to construct a balance sheet.
This lesson will build on the work earlier in the course - the economics of the business. Here you'll learn how to construct a cash flow statement.
Lesson 17 is very relevant if you are planning on raising investment or some other form of funding for your business. This will help you describe how you'll be using any funding and also list some of the criteria the investors will be using to judge this. This section also covers funding from lenders, and how to value your business.
This lesson will continue from the previous one and will consider items such as investors return and options to exit their business.
Lesson 19 concludes the training, with a summary of what has been covered and also some options for getting in touch and asking questions.

This course tackles the often overwhelming topic of creating a business plan. It breaks the business planning process down into 12 key areas or modules, and once you complete a module, you'll be able to complete that corresponding section of a business plan.

Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur or you've already started your own business and need to grow it, this is the course for you.

In addition to the video content, there are a number of templates that will help you get up and running more quickly. These also include a completed sample business plan to give you an idea of what the finished product should look like.

Requirements

  • There are no specific requirements, other than having an idea for your business and the drive to turn this idea into a reality.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel will help but are not a requirement.
This lesson provides a brief introduction to the course and will help you understand how the course is structured.
Lesson 2 teaches students how to use the content of the course and put learnings into actions. It will provide you a pragmatic approach to actually getting your business plan done, once you've completed this training course.
This lesson will help you describe both your planned business and the market that you'll operate in. You'll learn how to introduce your business model, your products and services, and the market entry and growth strategy. Part 1 focuses on your business model, products, and services.
This lesson will help you describe both your planned business and the market that you'll operate in. You'll learn how to introduce your business model, your products and services, and the market entry and growth strategy. Part 2 focuses on your entry into the market.
This lesson will help you describe both your planned business and the market that you'll operate in. You'll learn how to introduce your business model, your products and services, and the market entry and growth strategy. Part 3 focuses on your company's growth strategy.
This lesson will introduce you to the importance of market research and analysis and will also teach you about primary and secondary research and the difference between the two.
This lesson will continue the theme of market research and analysis and here you'll learn how to apply this to customers and other stakeholders, your market size, trends and share, and your competitors.
In this lesson, you'll learn how to describe your business will be making money. You'll also cover some key indicators such as gross and operating profits.
This lesson will continue teaching you how to describe the economics of the business. This module will cover fixed and variable costs, months to break-even, and months to positive cash flow.
Lesson 10 helps you describe your marketing strategy covering off the key points of Product, Price, Promotion, Place, Packaging, Positioning, and People.
Lesson 11 helps to begin thinking about how you'll develop your products and services over time to meet the changing market and changing needs of your customers.
This lesson will help you to describe the proposed structure of your organization, which roles it'll entail, and who will be filling those roles.
This lesson will help you to identify and manage any risks within your planned business, specifically those arising from any assumptions (financial or otherwise) of the business plan.
This lesson will build on the work you completed earlier in the course - the economics of the business. Here you'll learn how to construct a more detailed profit and loss statement (income statement).
This lesson will build on the work you completed earlier in the course - the economics of the business. Here you'll learn how to construct a balance sheet.
This lesson will build on the work earlier in the course - the economics of the business. Here you'll learn how to construct a cash flow statement.
Lesson 17 is very relevant if you are planning on raising investment or some other form of funding for your business. This will help you describe how you'll be using any funding and also list some of the criteria the investors will be using to judge this. This section also covers funding from lenders, and how to value your business.
This lesson will continue from the previous one and will consider items such as investors return and options to exit their business.
Lesson 19 concludes the training, with a summary of what has been covered and also some options for getting in touch and asking questions.

About the instructors

Günter Richter

Business Transformation Leader and Coach
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In my consulting career of more than 20 years, I have delivered value to many organisations, spanning multiple industries such as telecommunications, financial services, manufacturing, and retail. I've delivered business transformation projects across the UK, Europe, Africa, and the United States.

My experience comes from a combination of starting and growing my own businesses, growing the organisations I've been part of, and corporate organisations I've consulted to. 

I'm passionate about business and entrepreneurship and strongly believe that small businesses are the future of the economy, employment, and creating value in society. To support this, I think it's essential that small business get access to the support, skills, and services previously only available at a huge cost to large corporations.     

I hope you'll join me on this journey and I look forward to meeting you soon.

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