Q: If I need a business plan and cash is tight, why shouldn’t I go somewhere that’s offering to do a plan for $1,000 – $2,000?
A: If cash is tight, can you afford to throw $1,000 – $2,000 away on something that won’t work? You must build a fail-safe road map to make sure you know where you are going and how you are going to get there. and that is what a Business Plan does for you – it is an investment in your future business sustainability and profitability.
In our planning process, we also look at the current bottlenecks and issues in the organisation, and include remedies in the plan. We look at all aspects of operations and provide you with an action plan, skills plan, resources plan, marketing plan, communication plan, manufacturing plan, HR plan, procurement plan, financial plan and the risk management plan and ensure that they are dovetailed together. It costs a little bit more, but could save your business and secure your future. How much is that worth?