Business Plan Services

Market
Research plan
Feasibility
Plan
SBA/BANK Business PlanInvestor
Plan
Landlord/Investor
Presentation
A Market Research Plan provides recommendations on how to enter your new market by answering the following questions:

• What are the trends in my industry?
• Where should I set up shop?
• What is my competition?
• What is the typical offer and pricing on the market?
• What is the target market for my product or service?

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A Feasibility Plan provides recommendations on creating a viable venture by answering the following:

• How much capital do I need to set up my new venture?
• How much cash do i need until I become profitable?
• What licenses/permits do I need to operate?
• What are the barriers and trends in my market and industry and how could they affect my business?

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An SBA/Bank Business Plan is written in support of an application for funding, and needs to show:

• That your business is well thought and all risks have been considered.
• Financial projections for 3-5 years that are both reasonable and promising.
• The route your company intends to take to reach its yearly milestones.

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An Investor plan aims to raise capital from investors by showing them:

• That there is potential of a return on their investment
• How you will use the funds?
• That you have a strategy in place
• That you have a strong management team
• That your projections are credible

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• A Landlord presentation aims to provide a clear idea of your how your business operates and how you will use a commercial space.
• An Investor presentation aims to provide a clear idea of how you will use invested funds in your venture.

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Immigration Business Plans

E2 Visa
Business Plan
L1 Visa
Business Plan
Direct Investment EB5 Business PlanRegional Center EB5 Business PlanOther Visa Business Plans
The E2 Visa, commonly known as an investor visa, is given to individuals who come the US to either purchase or create a new business. Every E-2 application must be accompanied by a Business Plan that should:

• Define your business and its objectives
• Explain your products or services
• Highlight the qualifications of the applicant
• Provide financial projections for at least 5 years

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The L1 Non-Immigrant Visa classification was created to allow U.S. employers to transfer a professional employee with specialized knowledge relating to the organization’s interests from one of its affiliated foreign offices to one of its offices in the United States. While the list of requirements may be seem daunting at first glance, the core of L1 Requirements can often be met with a well developed Business Plan that provides:

• A description of the parent company and subsidiary
• The products or services provided by each
• The qualifications of the applicant
• Financial projections for at least 5 years on the US company, and financial data on the parent company

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The EB5 visa, commonly known as the immigrant investor program, is one of the most flexible and most expedient paths to permanent residence for wealthy individuals. EB5 Applications require a specific type of business plan that is Matter of Ho compliant. These plans must include:

• A clear description of your business including organization and staffing, products, services and suppliers
• Market information including market and industry analyses,
• Financial projections
• Investment summary and proof of investment source
• Plan for job creation
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The EB5 visa, commonly known as the immigrant investor program, is one of the most flexible and most expedient paths to permanent residence for wealthy individuals. EB5 Applications require a specific type of business plan that is Matter of Ho compliant. These plans must include:

• A clear description of your business including organization and staffing, products, services and suppliers
• Market information including market and industry analyses,
• Financial projections
• Investment summary and proof of investment source
• Plan for job creation

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Why Hire A Business Plan Writer?

Whether you are launching your new start up, completing a bank loan application, seeking funding for your company, aiming to remodel your new office, or looking to relocate to the US as a foreign investor, you will more than likely be required to complete a business plan.

These, and many other, professional situations call for a succinct document that provides your audience with complete overview of your business, including financial overviews and projections, products and services, market and industry analyses, and personnel figures. Furthermore, a well written business plan can even provide you plan to follow to ensure that you meet company milestones, and achieve the goals you have set forth.

While Investors, landlords, USCIS, are each looking for different things in the applications they review, all are expecting your business plan to provide the information that they need in a way that they understand. Yet, no matter how skilled you may at running your business, you may not be putting it all down on paper as well as you think.

With a document as crucial as the business plan, there is no room for error.