Anatomy of a Business Plan

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Enterprise Dearborn, a division of Dearborn Financial Publishing Group, 1993 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
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With its clear and concise language, this book explains how to prepare an effective plan for starting up a new business. It offers a detailed discussion of the three major areas of business planning--organization, marketing, and finances--and shows how to bring all the necessary information together and keep it up-to-date. Includes a useful resource section and a glossary of key business terms.

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Recent books such as Mark Stevens's Macmillan Small Business Handbook ( LJ 2/15/89) and Joseph R. Mancuso's Small Business Resource Guide ( LJ 9/15/88) have sections on how to prepare the business ... Read full review

Contents

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 1116
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PART H THE MARKETING PLAN 2740
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FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS 4180
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