Business Planning

Whether you are starting a new business or have been in business for some time, planning is at the heart of good business management and is mainly common sense, but it is usually worthwhile to take some advice before starting out and assess

  1. Where is the business now ?
  2. Where does the business want to be ?
  3. How is the business going to get there ?

A good Business Plan should include

  • A business model description with aims and objectives, togther with a brief description of how these will be met.
  • Profile of the business owners and management.
  • Financial strategy and summary, including profit forecasts, cash flow projections and funding requirements.
  • Details of forecast sales, intended market and customers, product/services description, pricing.
  • A management summary.

Based on our goal driven and 'business canvass' approach, we can produce Business Plans and models for raising finance, and to enable business growth and profit improvement.

A key factor that determines whether a business is successful at implementing  a business plan is good Project Management. It gives confidence to business owners and management that the complexity and risk of implementation is being properly and systematically addressed. It gives structure and understanding to those involved with developing and implementing detail, and gives stakeholders clarity about purpose and outcome.

Our Project Lifecycle Management approach enables business owners to deliver business benefit through the successful implementation of business plans and change.

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© 2017 Alan Morley Associates Ltd