Free Five-Part Business Planning Course
If you're struggling to get started with your plan, then let us help you for free. Sign up with your credentials below, and we'll start sending you our famous five-part planning course. These are bite-sized elements on how to complete each section of your plan with ease.
To begin with, we'll also send you a Word document containing the essential planning structure shown here, which is easier than copying and writing it down yourself. The template is used by thousands of new start-up entrepreneurs each year following a tried and tested formula.
What will you learn from this course?
You'll receive five initial emails taking you through each stage of the planning process. The first contains the template mentioned above then a short email and accompanying notes on completing the sections. We'll also send you additional guides and tips at no additional cost.
In this course you'll learn how to:
- Start writing your thoughts down in a structured approach.
- The sections required in your plan and the ones to leave out.
- The reasons why our concise business plans always get bank finance.
- What financial statements you need to prepare (and how to do them).
- The elements of your plan banks pay most attention to.
- And much more...
Who will benefit from this course?
This course helps anyone wanting to start a new business that needs help developing a business plan. It helps them with marketing and financial planning. Corporate planning departments can also benefit including Chief Financial Officers, Executive Board Members and leadership teams.
This business planning training is applicable to all sectors including private companies, the public/ government sector and registered charities.
The course contents
The course used to run via email, but it was costing too much for us to continue. Therefore, we've listed all the lessons below you can go through all at once.
- Step 1: Download and study the free business plan template.
- Step 2: See how to get started with your business plan and what information you may require.
- Step 3: Believe that a business plan should be 20 pages in length and concise.
- Step 4: Find the best methods to create financial forecasts that clearly explain how you make your business profits.
- Step 5: Recap your knowledge on why you need a business plan to help guide the contents of your document.
The price and feedback
There is no charge to take this course. The cost is £0.
We welcome all feedback on the training course. Please use our contact form to let us know how to improve.
We look forward to helping you.