Business Plan Development

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Name: Business Plan Development
Date: November 10, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Have you heard the saying, “Businesses don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan?” It’s true – whether you are just starting out or are growing your business -- having a well thought-out, written business plan can help you stay on track for success. A business plan can help you get organized, support an application for a loan, and serve as a roadmap to take your business in the right direction. 

Although business plans generally follow a generic outline, no two plans are exactly alike. Your plan would include key success factors for your specific industry. And you would write your plan for a specific audience: a plan written as an internal document to guide your day-to-day operations would be different from one developed for a banker or an investor. Although business plans generally follow a generic outline, no two plans are exactly alike. Your plan would include key success factors for your specific industry. And you would write your plan for a specific audience: a plan written as an internal document to guide your day-to-day operations would be different from one developed for a banker or an investor.Ken Freman-Business Startup, trusted expertise to grow an existing business or start a new business.

Ken was the owner of Feather River Mills for over 26 years.  A diversified Farm and Home store with western wear, pet and animal supplies, farm delivery and animal feeds. He was also an instructor in Agriculture and Business while owning Feather River Mills, Inc. With an impressive 17 years for Consulting Nightingale and the SBDC. Ken was the SBDC Director the 10 years for 5 county areas and he has aided 100’s of business obtain loans. In addition, Ken has 15 years of experience instructing business workshops and training.

Currently, Ken is working on a special project to help Marysville Business owners with branding to increase business sales and to attract new businesses to the city.  The business climate has been poor for many years and is in need of a plan and direction to increase traffic and profitability.Have you heard the saying, “Businesses don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan?” It’s true – whether you are just starting out or are growing your business -- having a well thought-out, written business plan can help you stay on track for success. A business plan can help you get organized, support an application for a loan, and serve as a roadmap to take your business in the right direction. 
Date/Time Information:
November 10th from 9:00am-12:00pm 
Contact Information:
Jessica Weeks
Fees/Admission:
No Cost        
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