Business Plan Preparation

Ideal for startups

Starting At Rs. 24,500 only ( All Inclusive )


Every new venture should have a business plan. A Business Plan Preparation is the formally composed expression of the entrepreneurial vision. It explains the strategy and operations of the proposed venture. A venture capital group might call it the “funding plan” or “investment prospectus”. Presented to an investor, it might be called a “loan proposal.”

The advantages of writing a Business Plan Preparation, outweigh the costs. The reason for the arrangement is to empower the top executives of the firm to consider their business comprehensively, to communicate their objectives to people who might have a stake in the firm’s future, to have the premises for making decisions, and to encourage the planning process.


Investor presentation

Market/ Industry analysis

Competitor analysis

Financial projection

Funding consultation

Business model definition

  • The Business Plan benefits the whole organization team. Establishing a new business can be enormously fulfilling and exhilarating, but it is also an uneasy, exhaustive and strained experience.
  • Usually a lot of cash is at stake, and the results of poor decisions can cause long term monetary and non-monetary losses.
  • By creating and composing a business plan, the entrepreneurial team reduces these anxieties and pressures by standing up to them in advance.
  • By projecting the risks of the new venture into the future, the team understands potential negative outcomes and the possibility of failure.

You are required to fill details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.

Out team of experts shall make a call to you and consult with you on your business.

We shall then start working on your business plan and also , how you can go about it.

Once your business plan is prepared, we shall send it through mail provided by you.

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