You will be assisted by our Business Plan Specialist, registered with the NSBC (National Small Business Chamber of South Africa). Our professional Business Plans comply with SEDA, SEFA, Dti, NEF, IDC and Private Financial Institutes and Bank Requirements in South Africa. We have completed over 1000 Business Plans since 2013 – and consulted numerous Start-ups and Companies in South Africa. To start the process, apply on this page below or call our toll free number 0800 007 269 for free consultation.
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A business plan is a written document that describes and summarises the operational and financial objectives of a business and outlines how it is going to practically achieving its goals.
Firstly, you have a clear plan to follow: Your business plan is your company’s ‘roadmap’ to start with. It will change over the first few months in business, but it gives you focus and direction – which is very important when you start a business.
Secondly, being compliant: Certain governmental regulating bodies or institutions, require your company to have a specific industry related business plan to apply. For example PSIRA.
Lastly, it will enable you to apply for outside financing / funding: Investors want to know exactly what your business will do, who your target market is and if your business is profitable before they will consider your application for business finance or funding.
Yes, you do. Even if you think you have a clear idea of how you are going to start and develop your business, setting it out on paper forces you to be more objective and attentive to details. It is human nature to tend to be optimistic about future schemes. However, the process of drafting the plans will help you assess whether you have actually taken all relevant factors into account, or your plan’s success depends on outcomes you have no way of assuring.
No. It is a mistake to think that business plans are just something to give an investor looking for assurances that your business has a good chance of turning a profit. The benefits of a business plan are primarily for you, the owner. At the onset of your venture, a comprehensive plan will help you get a realistic picture of your capabilities and viable strategies. As your business continues to grow, your plan will help you assess whether you are meeting your goals, or a change of direction is needed.
We do not guarantee funding. We provide you with a business plan document which is one of the documents required to apply for funding.
Our Head Business Plan Writer is Brend Badenhorst – a SETA Business Facilitator. He has written over 500 Plans for new and existing businesses. He has a team of dedicated Business Plan Consultants who will guide you through the process to setup the correct Plan for your Company.