Creating A Business Plan for 2019

With 2018 quickly coming to an end, Businesses should be thinking about their next steps in 2019 if they haven’t been already. A new year means new opportunities for growth and taking risks. Make sure going into the New Year you have a grasp of what you want to accomplish and how you are going to do it. This article will briefly talk about how to go about writing a business plan for the new year and things you should be mindful of when creating it.


Any good business plan is going to lay out the goals of the plan. What is the purpose of your business plan? What are you trying to achieve and how are you going to do it? All of these factors should be included in your business plan, so the people around you have a better idea of what to expect in the coming year. Formulate your plan to fit your goal. If a large part of your goal is to attract investors, then include categories that will be sure to attract them. Include year over year growth, what you expect your profit will be next year and how you are going to continue tuning your current product and everything surrounding it to gain more customers.

Research & Document

In order to have an accurate business plan, you must know the entirety of your business and all of its workings. What is your competition like? How well is your business doing based on its location? Who is your market audience and how are you going to attract them to your business? These are just a few crucial questions you should be asking yourself to gain an encompassing knowledge of your area of business. The research portion of writing your business plan should be the longest and most in-depth process among all the others. You will be able to identify how much you are projecting to spend on certain areas of your business through the research that you do.

As you go through the motions of your business plan, document the changes and iterations that may occur during implementation. Be open to the idea that plans might change over time and that is something you should adapt to. Although the business plan has an outline of what you would like your business to do, it does not always turn out the way it is projected, and that is okay.

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