Business Plan Development
Business Plan Development
“Businesses that develop and implement a business plan earn ten times more in profits than firms in the same market niche that do not.” – Edge, The Journal for Entrepreneurs Business Plan Development: A Special NARIP Workshop. Create a business plan that addresses your individual organization needs.
Those interested in a new or growing business must have a business plan if they hope to compete in the marketplace. A comprehensive business plan is necessary to attract sources of financing and evaluate the viability of a venture. It is also a requirement for companies that want to be considered for joint ventures with larger corporations. This workshop focuses on all facets of business plan development, including assessing the competitive environment, developing venture concept and growth strategies, creating marketing approaches, building a cohesive management team, launching operations, and developing financial projections.
NARIP PROGRAM NUMBER: W10a
PROGRAM DATE: March 19, 2005
PROGRAM TIME: Over 4 hours
HANDOUTS INCLUDDE:76-page PowerPoint Biz Plan Development Resource
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Harry V. Redinger, President of the Strategic Path Group, is an accomplished management consultant, instructor and motivational speaker. He has practiced as a business plan development consultant since 1985 and been teaching business plan development courses for UCLA Extension. Mr. Redinger earned his MBA from Pepperdine University and BS in Industrial Technology from California State University, Long Beach. He is the author of the book The Strategic Path, Business Plan Development for the Emerging Entrepreneur, published by the Strategic Path Press. Mr. Redinger has taught nationally and internationally thousands of managers and entrepreneurs the basics of business plan development and how to apply these techniques to improve sales and grow their business to the next level. He differentiates himself in the marketplace by teaching the Psychology of Achievement which is woven into his lectures and group exercises on business plan development. Mr. Redinger brings real life business situations into his seminars. He has developed a passion for helping others find their highest and best fit in life and business.
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