Are you a new business owner looking to get your next big idea off the ground? Are you planning to ask a bank or investors for venture capital, investment capital, or startup funding for your small business? If so, you’ve probably heard that most investors and banks require a business plan before they’ll consider your application. If, like us, you’re not a business school graduate, it can be a little intimidating to draft your first business plan. But the good news is that if you do it right, a business can actually be a really useful tool for getting your business on track, and ensuring growth down the road.
Read more about how from this article provided by Michael Gluski, Ameriprise financial advisor. And if you’re interested, we’ve helped dozens of our clients draft useful, strategic business plans. If you want to take your business to the next level, get in touch with us to learn more!