Business Plan Forms
The Business Plan begins as a pre-assessment tool to determine profitability and market share. Then expands as an in-business assessment tool to determine success, obtain financing and determine repayment ability among other factors. The real value of creating a business plan is not necessarily the finished product, but the process of researching and viewing your business systematically. As you develop your business plan you research, gain knowledge and facts that allow you to evaluate your ideas both critically and objectively.
There are several business plan outlines that one can choose from. On the side blue column you can find both a business plan outline and a business plan template. As well, click the link to see several sample business plans by industry.