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Business Plan Contents

by admin on October 4, 2012 in Business Plans, Business Startups, Entrepreneur Following on from my post on "Business Plan – An important lesson" I have had comments about the minimum requirements for a business plan and where they can get an expanded contents list that they can Article source: http://retailstartupinabox.com/business-plan-contents/ By: Warren Meadley

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Your Business Plan – An important lesson

I was talking to a restauranteur friend of mine last week, a very successful one at that, and we were discussing how he set his business up and what were some of the issues/problems that he would approach differently. I was most surprised when I raised the issue of writing Article source: http://retailstartupinabox.com/your-business-plan-an-important-lesson/ By: Warren [...]

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Retail Startups – Importance of site/store location

It still rings true, location, location, location. I was just reflecting on some of the issues involved in selecting a location for your retail business startup and came across an article I had written and filed away for posterity. I thought I should get it out of the drawer and Article source: http://retailstartupinabox.com/retail-startups-importance-of-sitestore-location/ By: Warren [...]

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How Teen Inventor Went From Sketch to Prototype in 6 Months

  Necessity may indeed be the mother of invention. Sometimes, though, an actual mother is the necessity — for the inventor at least. That’s the case for Carter Kostler, a 14-year-old ninth-grader from Virginia Beach, Va., whose parents invested time, research and personal funds to make his vision a reality. Article source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/entrepreneur/latest/~3/rfUBf85p4Xs/story01.htm By: Entrepreneur [...]

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How I fashioned a new cashflow from unwanted stock

Being a fashion designer means having the ability to transform fabrics into bestselling items. But what if the fabrics you’re working with aren’t always what you imagined them to be? This was the predicament of fashion designer Trelise Cooper. Cooper is the founder of three fashion labels – Trelise Cooper, Article source: http://www.startupsmart.com.au/my-best-mistake/how-i-fashioned-a-new-cashflow-from-unwanted-stock.html By: StartUpSmart [...]

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Top 10 Business Plan Mistakes

Planning stage Top 10 business plan mistakes By Oliver Milman Thursday, 02 June 2011 The launch of this year's Enterprize competition, where start-ups battle it out for a $100,000 prize based on their business plans, is a timely reminder of the importance of getting your company's purpose and direction down

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