Books that include examples of business plans or information on setting up a business. For more entrepreneurship ebooks & print books, search entrepreneurship in the library catalog.
Business Plans Handbooks [online]
Collections of actual business plans compiled by entrepreneurs seeking funding for small businesses throughout North America. Each volume presents approximately 25 sample plans taken from businesses in the manufacturing, retail and service industries -- only the company names and addresses have been changed. If a plan has been suppressed, look for it in the print volumes at HD62.7 .B865 - 2nd Floor
The Successful Business Plan by
Call Number: HD62.5.A344 on 2nd floor
Publication Date: 2010
This number-one selling business planning guide in the U.S. includes expert help, worksheets to jumpstart the process, a sample business plan, tips on impressing funders, winning tips for competitions, and more. This fully revised and updated fifth edition is a complete, step-by-step guide to researching and writing a business plan to get your company funded.
How to Write a Business Plan [ebook] by
Publication Date: 2013
Whether you are starting or selling your own business, business plans are an essential and unavoidable part of the business cycle. This ebook provides guidance on how to make an impact with your written plan, including advice on researching competitors, how to present your management skills and experience and how to effectively communicate your strategic vision.
Rule's Book of Business Plans for Startups: Creating a Winning Plan that You Can Take to the Bank
Call Number: HD62.5.R85 2004 - 2nd Floor
Publication Date: 2004
Never done a business plan before? Where do you start? Section by section, you'll see how to put your facts and figures into a readable, compelling story written in business language to end up with a complete plan including: executive summary, company description, industry analysis, market and competition, strategies and goals, products or services, marketing and sales, management and organization, operations, financial pro formas, financial request, and exhibits. These valuable examples and detailed explanations cover every issue and contingency you're likely to encounter in your business venture. You'll approach the challenge with the assurance that comes from hard-won knowledge and the experiences of many others like you.