Anatomy of a Business Plan: A Step-by-step Guide to Building a Business and Securing Your Company's Future

Front Cover
Dearborn Trade Publishing, 2001 - Business & Economics - 278 pages
3 Reviews
Many business plans have been powered by Anatomy of a Business Plan. Established businesses access it to transition from bricks and clicks, while business units within major corporations use it in their strategic planning. Every business owner, manager, entrepreneur, and executive alike can use this book's proven business-planning techniques to move their businesses in the right direction. Using this road-tested, step-by-step process for writing a business plan, owners and managers will be able to develop polished, professional, and results-oriented plans from beginning to end. Those results mean money, from the bank, venture, capitalists, angel investors, or corporate coffers. Results also mean creating viable, ongoing businesses and implementing change when needed. Anatomy of a Business Plan helps businesses all this and more. The all-new and revised fifth edition of Anatomy of a Business Plan is a road map to: Creating an organisation. Identifying a market. Setting up financials. Getting a handle on tax issues. Illustrated with three complete business plans, including a new brick-and-clicks plan, Anatomy of a Business Plan is the complete toolkit for business planning succes

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

References to this book

About the author (2001)

Linda Pinson is a nationally recognized speaker, award-winning author, educator, consultant and expert in the areas of small business planning and financial management. Author of numerous bestselling titles for entrepreneurs, she has also developed the popular ""Automate Your Business Plan"" software to accompany the bestselling "Anatomy of a Business Plan". A member of the U.S. Small Business Advisory Council for the past five years, she is an active speaker at the Association of Small Business Development Centers annual conferences and has served as delegate to the White House Conference on Small Business.

Bibliographic information