Forecast / business plan
How do I write a business plan?
Being successful as a business owner starts with writing out your business plan. This document plays an essential role in establishing any business. A business plan enables you to tangibly map out in detail the opportunities, competition and potential customers for your company.
You're basically setting out your plan of action in your business plan, answering such questions as:
- What will I be doing precisely?
- Where will I set up the business?
- Which legal form will I choose?
- Is there a market for my product?
- Can I back this up and how will I attract customers?
- What about the competition?
- And how much money will I need in total to set up my company?
If you answer and clarify all these questions honestly, you and any potential investors will have a good insight into the feasibility of your plans.
If you need help writing a clear and professional business plan, please contact us.
Do I need a forecast?
Is your business growing? Then it's in your interest to have a well-substantiated forecast. A liquidity forecast is needed to gain internal insight into the financial availability of your company, but also provides external insight for any financial partners.
Thanks to forecasting, you can measure your liquidity and see if your goals are being reached. What's more, it allows you to make timely adjustments.
We support starting and growing businesses in preparing forecasts, but also in drawing up financial applications.