Business Plans

Depending on the business and what clients intend to use their plan for, it may need a different type of business plan from one to another entrepreneur. Plans differ mainly in length, format, detail, contents, and the varying emphases they place on different aspects of the description.

Business Plan Review: We provide a comprehensive review of your existing business plan. Our revision will ensure the plan covers all the aspects also required by banks and investors while assessing the viability of your proposed business. We provide detailed recommendations on areas for improvement and where additional research may be required for your target market.

Startup Plan: The classic business plan is an essential managerial tool, helping entrepreneurs focus on developing a roadmap for the starting process of a business. Define a track of your company's future, developing a sustainable strategy to succeed and help seeking funds to start a new. Most major companies had initially their starts on paper, in the form of a plan used to convince investors issuing the capital necessary to get them started.

Marketing Plan: Marketing plans outlines how your company will address the competitive marketplace, including the implementation procedures and support process of day to day operations. Strategies for pricing, products, distribution, promotion, advertising and market segmentation are basic components needed to successfully attract potential customers. Key elements within a marketing plan are target group identification, industry benchmark, and sales strategy.

Brief plan: A Brief Plan outline in about one to ten pages key matters, including business concept, marketing plan, financing needs, and financial statements, in particular pro forma sheets, cash flow and income projection. Thus, brief plans are a valuable way to quickly test a business concept/idea and evaluate the interest of potential investors.

Tracking Plan: An action plan is a tool to be used to operate business. Middle-staged and established firms usually draft tracking plans to attain funds for growth plans just as startups do, although the amounts they seek may be larger and the investors more willing. Business plans are fundamental for small and middle companies to convey the mission and prospects of the business to customers, suppliers and stakeholders.

Immigration Business Plans: When business plans are used in combination with an immigrant-investor or non-immigrant visa, the primary audience for whom the plan is written is the Department of Homeland Security/ U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services. Therefore, the business plans that Global Business Union develops, not only contain standard criteria, such as analysis of strategic directions and business development and implementation details, but also satisfy the standards of the Department of Homeland Security. Each plan is unique to each client while maintaining the essential information that the DHS/CIS requires.

Why Us?

Global Business Union has developed one of the fastest and most efficient processes to tailor business plans. Thanks to our flexibility in meeting company requirements, we are able to locally define the best criteria to foster and launch your business. Having different locations around the world allows us to better understand your reality and goals. Foreign governments in most countries require specific information you must conform to when presenting a business plan. This expertise and knowledge is one of our key assets.

Business plans convey your business goals and strategies to meet them, potential challenges that may confront a business and ways to solve them, the organizational structure of your business (including titles and responsibilities), and finally, the amount of capital required to finance a venture and keep it going until it breaks even. Benefits from developing business plans are:

  1. It is a methodical, realistic assessment of the company's chances for success in the market.
  2. Determines crucial risks confronting the business
  3. An indispensable documentation required by the Immigration Department for Visas
  4. A supportive plan for managing and tracking business effectively
  5. Measures to compare actual results against targeted performance
  6. A primary tool for attracting funds from lenders or investors

The Purpose

A business plan is a valuable managerial tool, helping the entrepreneur focus on developing a strategy for the business. In fact, the primary purpose of building a business plan is to improve decision-making control over the company and to avoid discrepancies commonly leading to business losses. Important also, to re-set the business plan after the start-up stage of the company.

On the other hand, in establishing a solid financial base when starting a business, entrepreneurs referrer to angel investors and venture capitalists for external funds. The entrepreneur first must convince potential lenders and investors that the business idea is promising, the market accessible, the firm's management capable, and the return on investment attractive. To accomplish these objectives, the entrepreneur has to develop a compelling business plan. Frequently, the existence of such a plan is the critical factor in a lender's decision to invest or not in a nascent business.

Our Business Plans

Our general business plans consists of nine keys components:

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Business Description
  3. Industry & Market Analysis
  4. Competitive Analysis
  5. Marketing Strategies
  6. Development Plan
  7. Key Management
  8. Operations
  9. Financial Projections
Business Plans
  • Business Plan Review
  • Startup Plan
  • Marketing Plan
  • Brief plan
  • Tracking Plan
  • Immigration Business Plans


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