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Business Plan – It isn't that hard!
What is a Business Plan?
Why do we need a business plan?
How do I start?
Is it a product or a service? Price? Features?
Who will buy the products? Age group? Gender?
Information about the product Radio, TV, Facebook, Youtube, Billboard????? Make sure the message reaches the target market!
Where is the product sold? How many people do you need to work in the company?
How much money do you need? Where to acquire the money from?
Profit = Expansion Profit = Diversification
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