The programme is aimed at Directors, Administrators, Office Managers, Supervisors, Project Managers, Accountants and other Professionals responsible from business plan writing and presentation.
- Maximum 8 attendees
- 30 days of one to one support
- Programme director/s with at least a Masters Degree in the subject
- Convenient morning timings or in-house at any time for a minimum of two bookings
- Can be configured to address a number of professions and industry sectors
EUR495 ex VAT per participant.
Business Plan Writing Masterclass
Programme will provide you with a comprehensive and professional dig into the art and science of writing business plans to get funded by banks, investors or public entities or even for internal investment decisions.
Understanding the use and function of Business Plans
We look at the use and function of a business plan in a modern business environment, why they are needed, how to compile them and business plans as a corporate management tool.
Visions, Mission, Goals and Strategy
We look at the key differences in between the vision, mission, goals and strategy of a business and how to spell it out clearly and materially at board and investor level.
Functional Business Plans
We look at how to use a business plan in a commercial environment and use it as a corporate tool to manage and guide an organisation in these turbulent historical time period.
The Psychology of Readers/Audience
We look at the psychology of readers and audiences who will consume the business plan and how to address their fears, ambitions and inhibitions and reconcile them with the corporate needs.
How to Write a Business Plan
We look at the process of writing a business plan clause by clause
Opportunities and Threats
Product and Services Proposition
Proposed Products and Services
Uniqueness of Position in the Market
Migration from Legacy System
Human Resources Development
Human Resources Management
Risk Assessment and Stress Testing Scenarios
Health and Safety of Employees
Health and Safety of the Clients/Public
Management and Organisation
Marketing and Promotion
Business Plan Investment
Key Tangible Investments
Key Intangible Investments
Key Human Resources Investments
Defending your Business Plan
How to present and defend a business plan both verbally and in writing and how to pre-empt may investors gripes with business plans.
Legal Aspects of a Business Plan
We look at the legal aspects of a business plan and how it can effect the relationship between the organisation and the investors/lender/owners.
Implementing a Business Plan
Finally we look at how to implement a business plan within an organisation by internal selling and delegation of tasks, objectives and key=delivery-indicators.