Thursday February 28th, 2013

Writing a business plan might not sound like a necessity for the average start-up. In fact, it is often dismissed as an irrelevant document that stops entrepreneurs from getting on with the job.

 

However, having a good business plan is essential, regardless of what your idea is and how quickly you need to move in the market.

 

Today, we outline eight elements every business plan should contain.

 

Elsewhere, Tony Faure shares his thoughts on convincing people to join your start-up, and Nanotek co-founder Jim Cornish explains why eastern Europe is an entrepreneurial hotspot.

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