Business Plan Resources
A business plan is an essential roadmap for business success. This living document generally projects 3-5 years ahead and outlines the route a company intends to take to grow revenues.
The plan should be updated frequently to reflect revised scenarios as market conditions change, as company strategies evolve, and as projections are surpassed or not reached.
The Directed Self-Study (DSS) Program at the Small Business Development Center allows small business owners to direct the pace of their work, develop and refine their business idea by completing a business plan draft and prepare for a higher level of readiness when meeting with potential lenders, business and legal advisors. After preparing a draft business plan, you will work with one of the SBDC’s business advisors to create a custom Action Plan for your business success and growth.
A hands-on session using the SBA Business Plan template to begin building a detailed business plan and projecting financials one to three years out.
Market research measures market size, analyzes current and future trends and shows market share for the industry. Business owners who are starting new businesses, looking for a new location, expanding areas or selling can use these resources to get a comprehensive understanding of the market and trends.
Business plans for purchase and free sample business plans.