Think of Funding When Writing Business Plans
One of the mistakes made during the writing of business plans is treating business funding as if it is a completely separate section with no real relevance to the rest of the plan. In other words, you write your executive summary, business description, market strategies and analyze the competition in a funding vacuum. Then the financial section gets tacked on, and it basically states you need money and here’s how much money you need.
But investors read business plans closely, and they are looking for a particular type of company that fits their requirements. The words you choose to describe your