A Short Course in International Business Plans: Charting a Strategy for Success in Global Commerce

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World Trade Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
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A good business plan is a statement both of where you're going and how you will get there. Don't even think of entering the global marketplace without one. This is a highly organized book that gives the reader step-by-step instructions, example and commentary for developing a successful international business plan.
 

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Contents

WHY WRITE AN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PLAN?
1
BASIC PLAN ELEMENTS AND VARIATIONS
9
BUILDING A PLAN FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES
14
BUILDING A PLAN GLOBAL EXPANSION ISSUES
25
ASSEMBLING THE WORKING GROUP
50
PLAN SECTION i INTRODUCTION
55
COMPANY BACKGROUND AND DESCRIPTION
59
PLAN SECTION 3 PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
66
PLAN SECTION 8 SPECIAL TOPICS
98
PLAN SECTION 9 FINANCIAL INFORMATION
103
BUSINESS PLAN DRAFTING WORKSHEET
116
SAMPLE PLAN 1 SOFTWARE COMPANY
121
SAMPLE PLAN 2 TECHNOLOGY MANUFACTURER
135
SAMPLE PLAN 3 GOODS SERVICES RETAILER
148
SAMPLE NONDlSCLOSURE AGREEMENT l68 Chapter 20 SAMPLE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
173
SAMPLE COVER PAGE AND LEGENDS
178

PLAN SECTION 4 AANUFACTURING OR METHODOLOGY
73
PLAN SECTION 5 MARKETING
78
PLAN SECTION 6 MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
88
PLAN SECTION 7 HUMAN RESOURCES
93

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Robert Brown has been an internationally known medium for over 25 years. He is an ordained minister and serves as an ambassador for the International Spiritualist Federation.

ALAN S. GUTTERMAN has over a decade of experience in providing legal and business counseling to entrepreneurs, firms, and investors in the areas of general business and commercial law, securities law and business finance, technology law, and international law.

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