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How to Write a Business Plan, Step-by-Step (Free Templates)
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How to Write a Business Plan, Step-by-Step (Free Templates)

Writing a business plan is one of the most valuable things you can do for your business. If you’re a startup, your business plan will help you figure out your plan of attack and help you determine how much money you need to get things off the ground. 

An Introduction to Lean Planning
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An Introduction to Lean Planning

The Lean Planning method is an ongoing process of business planning that allows you to strategize, adapt, and keep track of how your business is doing. Our step-by-step guide will show you how to create your own Lean Plan, and how Lean Planning helps your business.

My Business Plan Is Finished—Now What?
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My Business Plan Is Finished—Now What?

Congratulations—you put a lot of research and thought into writing your business plan, and it’s finally finished! But now what? Here’s what to do once your business plan is finished—and how to turn that finished business plan into strong business management habits.

What Investors Want to Learn From Your Business Plan
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What Investors Want to Learn From Your Business Plan

You’ve built your business idea into a scalable, high-growth potential startup. You’ve demonstrated some initial traction in the marketplace, and now you’re seeking your first round of funding. Here’s what to include in your pitch to investors, and how to create a business plan that will help you get investment.

Set Tactics to Execute Strategy
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Set Tactics to Execute Strategy

Strategy is useless without tactics for execution. The plan was brilliant on the whiteboard, but never got to the real world. What happened? Don’t leave that whiteboard without developing key tactics.

How to Write a Business Plan on One Page
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How to Write a Business Plan on One Page

Writing a business plan can seem like a daunting task and an easy one to avoid. But, it doesn’t have to be. An easy way to start is by writing a business plan on just one page. Here’s how to do it.