Sales forecasting is a great way to kick off your business planning, and it gives you a solid starting point for the rest of your financial forecast. Here's how to forecast your sales, and how we did it for our new project, Outpost.
Are you writing a mission statement for your business? Sometimes it helps to look at samples of other companies’ mission statements to get a better idea of how to write your own. In 30 seconds or less, a good mission statement should define: What the company does for its customers What the company does for...
Conducting a SWOT analysis on your business? One of the best ways to prepare yourself is to turn to SWOT analysis examples, which can provide both help and inspiration.
Everything you wanted to know about writing a business plan, in one place—from the executive summary to appendix. Get started writing your business plan today.
Just because a market is saturated doesn't mean you can't find success. Here's how one entrepreneur entered a full market and offered a version of a service that no one else was offering.
Finding a problem that needs solving is often the first step of starting a business—but how will you make money? Here's where your business model comes in.
To make the best impression on banks and investors, your plan should be presented using the standard business plan outline format. This guide gives you an outline to follow and explains what each section should entail.
Many new entrepreneurs fail because the market for their product or service isn't as big as they thought it was. In order to prevent this, conducting a market analysis can help you determine if your new business idea is viable.