Having detailed the competition previously in your presentation, it’s now time to look at the industry as a whole. What new statistics matter to you and your business plan, and how will you use these trends to prosper?
By keeping it simple, the recipient will be able to easily digest the information, as well as get a better understanding of your potential audience. Next, we'll discuss your company's competitors in more detail.
Who are they; what do they do well; what areas can you improve upon to create a meaningful “edge”? A thorough competitive analysis will help your audience feel confident that you understand the challenges you're facing.
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For everyone else that needs some guidance, read on for a step-by-step guide to writing your very first business plan.We’ve established that a quality business plan is important, but business plans are not one-size-fits-all.