1. To raise money for your business

Potential investors or lenders want a written business plan before they give you money. A mere description of your business concept is not enough. Instead, ensure you have a thorough business and financial plan that demonstrates the likelihood of success and how much you will need for your business to take off.

  1. To make sound decisions

As an entrepreneur, having a business plan helps you to define and focus on your business ideas and business strategies. You not only concentrate on financial matters, but also on management issues, human resource planning, technology and creating value for your customer.

  1. To communicate your ideas with stakeholders

A business plan is a communication tool that you can use to secure investment capital from financial institutions or lenders. It can also be used to convince people to work for your enterprise, to secure credit from suppliers, and to attract potential customers.

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