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Business Planning Tutorials

By Stephen Morris, SBA Official
Published: April 26, 2010 Updated: November 29, 2012

Have you struggled with mapping out your business's plan? Is it an item on your To Do List that you keep ignoring? Have you even considered writing one?

Tim Berry, one of The Industry Word authors, has contributed a video series in his area of expertise,
Business Planning.

Enjoy!

About the Author:

Stephen Morris

SBA Official

Stephen Morris is online media coordinator for the U.S. Small Business Administration where he manages digital outreach to the small business community.

Comments:

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I thought it was only necessary to have a business plan when you are starting your business. It seems I hear that it is a good idea to have a business plan and update it every 3-5 years? Is this true?
Without a business plan your online business will not have success! You have to know what you want to do BEFORE you do it!
We are struggling writing a business plan now. My questions are: ...1) How important to potential investors is years in business? 2) How important is having real sales vs potential sales? 3) I have several products in the works in design and various stages of production that have yet to be marketed. Is this a bad thing when asking for a loan to finish getting them to market? Thank you for your insight.
Keep it up man :)
thanks a lot... I hope this help for my new blog
Business Planning and execution of business plan is the vital to make business success.
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