Business Planning

  • Small Business Timelines

    A business timeline helps small businesses chalk what needs to be done and when. This enables small business owners to direct their energy, effort, focus, cash, and time to the right strategy.
    By Dave Ingram June 1, 2011 

  • How to Start a Hot Dog Cart Business - Earn a Full Time Income as a Food Vendor

    People love hot dogs. Be it kids or adults, we enjoy eating hot dogs and other foods from street vending carts. With this fact in mind, this article will show you how to start a hot dog cart business. You will learn how to save time by taking important...
    By Calvin Merrick May 30, 2011 

  • Strategic Options for Winding Up Your Business

    Simply shutting the doors is not enough to wind up a business. You need to plan your exit, so here we have some strategies to help you make a graceful exit. Some of these ideas may be perfect for you depending upon the position of your company.
    By Sidharth Thakur May 28, 2011 


  • Sample of a Craft Business Plan

    Starting a craft business is about more than spending your day pursuing your hobby. By taking a professional approach to making and selling your crafts, this sample of a craft business plan will lay the groundwork for making your dream a reality.
    By Mary Rajotte May 26, 2011 

  • Sample Business Plan for a Childcare Center

    The growing numbers of dual income families make childcare business much in demand. Read on for tips and strategies for preparing a business plan for childcare center.
    By N Nayab May 25, 2011 

  • How to Write a Simple Business Plan

    Before you dive right into your business idea, take time to write a simple business plan. Though it may seem like an overwhelming task, the business plan will provide the framework for a successful business. Keep reading to find out how to write a simple...
    By Lucinda Watrous May 24, 2011 


  • Top 3 Small Business VOIP Plans

    Are you tired of having a phone bill and an Internet provider bill? Why not combine the two for your small business? VoIP is a great solution for combining telephones and the Internet. Learn the 3 top small business VoIP plans and how to choose...
    By Allyson Heath May 24, 2011 

  • Sample Business Proposal Letters

    Business proposal letters are one of the tools you use to garner potential business. When you write a proposal, ensure it turns the spotlight on the benefits of your offer to the client. Use the two samples as a guide to craft business proposals that...
    By S Wood May 24, 2011 

  • Common Techniques Used to Forecast Sales

    Techniques used to forecast sales of new enterprises includes judgmental methods such as benchmarking similar businesses and making estimates based on population and inventory. The most popular method to forecast sales of existing businesses is extrapolating...
    By N Nayab May 22, 2011 

  • Why Do You Need to Have a Business Continuity Plan?

    When disaster strikes in your business, how prepared are you? Do you have a plan in place that can ensure the business will keep operating? Business continuity plans can be difficult and costly to implement, but if something should happen to disrupt...
    By Mike Sweeney May 21, 2011 
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