Тема: Business PLan?

Big data: What’s your plan? By Stefan Biesdorf, David Court, and Paul Willmott

A simple business plan just needs to contain info regarding the business.. It can two pages or hundreds of pages, depending on the size.. Specify the following: Legal Name of the Business, include D.B.A name Business Structure; LLC, Solo, Inc etc Business Owners How long you ve been in business? What does the business do ? Who are your customers or audience ? How do you plan to fund your business ? How fast do you expect your business to grow ? Your finance Goals? Who are your competitors ? The list can go on forever.. http://www.entrepreneur.com/businessplan/ Hope the link above helps

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But that doesn’t make it any easier to get from here to there. The required investment, measured both in money and management commitment, can be large. CIOs stress the need to remake data architectures and applications totally. Outside vendors hawk the power of black-box models to crunch through unstructured data in search of cause-and-effect relationships. Business managers scratch their heads while insisting that they must know, upfront, the payoff from the spending and from the potentially disruptive organizational changes.

The answer, simply put, is to develop a plan. Literally. It may sound obvious, but in our experience, the missing step for most companies is spending the time required to create a simple plan for how data, analytics, frontline tools, and people come together to create business value. The power of a plan is that it provides a common language allowing senior executives, technology professionals, data scientists, and managers to discuss where the greatest returns will come from and, more important, to select the two or three places to get started.

eSRS Quick Reference for Federal Government Contractors filing a Summary Subcontracting Report (SSR) for plan type "Individual"

eSRS Quick Reference for Federal Government Contractors filing a Summary Subcontracting Report (SSR) for "Commercial Plan" (CP)

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Here are some resources for you: 1) You could hire an experienced professional to write your business plan for you. Search freelance sites for an executive or consultant that can help. 2) The Service Corp of Retired Executives (SCORE) is a great place to find a mentor that can assist you to develop you business plan as well guide you to approach potential investors or lenders. 3) Read "The Art of the Start" by Guy Kawasaki, a great read for new entrepreneurs.

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Validate a new business idea, or quickly develop your business strategy by starting with a one-page pitch. Do this before you plan!

Here at Palo Alto Software we are committed to helping you succeed in business. We are proud to be serving entrepreneurs in over 180 countries for over 20 years. From San Francisco to Sydney we have helped both small and large companies achieve their full potential. Learn more about us

But that doesn’t make it any easier to get from here to there. The required investment, measured both in money and management commitment, can be large. CIOs stress the need to remake data architectures and applications totally. Outside vendors hawk the power of black-box models to crunch through unstructured data in search of cause-and-effect relationships. Business managers scratch their heads while insisting that they must know, upfront, the payoff from the spending and from the potentially disruptive organizational changes.

The answer, simply put, is to develop a plan. Literally. It may sound obvious, but in our experience, the missing step for most companies is spending the time required to create a simple plan for how data, analytics, frontline tools, and people come together to create business value. The power of a plan is that it provides a common language allowing senior executives, technology professionals, data scientists, and managers to discuss where the greatest returns will come from and, more important, to select the two or three places to get started.

Join our community of passionate entrepreneurs for daily business advice and guidance. Facebook Twitter Google+

Validate a new business idea, or quickly develop your business strategy by starting with a one-page pitch. Do this before you plan!

Here at Palo Alto Software we are committed to helping you succeed in business. We are proud to be serving entrepreneurs in over 180 countries for over 20 years. From San Francisco to Sydney we have helped both small and large companies achieve their full potential. Learn more about us

But that doesn’t make it any easier to get from here to there. The required investment, measured both in money and management commitment, can be large. CIOs stress the need to remake data architectures and applications totally. Outside vendors hawk the power of black-box models to crunch through unstructured data in search of cause-and-effect relationships. Business managers scratch their heads while insisting that they must know, upfront, the payoff from the spending and from the potentially disruptive organizational changes.

The answer, simply put, is to develop a plan. Literally. It may sound obvious, but in our experience, the missing step for most companies is spending the time required to create a simple plan for how data, analytics, frontline tools, and people come together to create business value. The power of a plan is that it provides a common language allowing senior executives, technology professionals, data scientists, and managers to discuss where the greatest returns will come from and, more important, to select the two or three places to get started.

eSRS Quick Reference for Federal Government Contractors filing a Summary Subcontracting Report (SSR) for plan type "Individual"

eSRS Quick Reference for Federal Government Contractors filing a Summary Subcontracting Report (SSR) for "Commercial Plan" (CP)

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Here are some resources that can help you write your business plan: - SBA Business Plan Basics http://www.sba.gov/starting_business/planning/basic.html - PowerHomeBiz.com Creating a Business Plan section http://www.powerhomebiz.com/startup/businessplan.htm - Entrepreneur.com Writing a Business Plan section http://www.entrepreneur.com/bizplan/0,7253,,00.html You may also want to review some sample business plans to see how it actually looks like: - Bplans.com http://www.bplans.com/sp/businessplans.cfm - MOOT Corp Business Plan competition winners http://www.businessplans.org/businessplans.html - VFinance - View hundreds of real business plans in pdf format. http://www.vfinance.com/home.asp?bps=1&ToolPage=bps_main.asp - Business Owners Toolkit Sample business plans and information on how to create a plan. http://www.toolkit.cch.com/tools/buspln_m.asp - PlanWare Planning software and information. http://www.planware.org/ - Virtual Business Plan Walk through the design of a business plan. http://www.bizplanit.com/vplan.html - SBA Business Planning Guide http://www.sba.gov/starting_business/planning/basic.html - Small Business Advancement Center http://www.sbaer.uca.edu/business_plan/businessPlan.pdf - Sample Business Plan General planning guide created by the Canadian Business Service Center. http://www.cbsc.org/servlet/ContentServer?pagename=CBSC_FE/display&c=GuideFactSheet&cid - Business Plans Index - A subject guide to sample business plans and profiles for specific business types from Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. http://216.183.184.20/subject/business/bplansindex.html Some recommended books are : - Business Plans Kit for Dummies - The Complete Book of Business Plans : Simple Steps to Writing a Powerful Business Plan - Writing Business Plans That Get Results : A Step-By-Step Guide - Business Plans For Dummies® - Your First Business Plan : A Simple Question and Answer Format Designed to Help You Write Your Own Plan